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Today’s monthly meeting of the Public Health Council featured a pair of Determination of Need (DoN) requests followed by two informational presentations on the status of regulations proposed to be rescinded.

First, the Council took up a Determination of Need requests from Reliant Rehabilitation Hospital New England LLC and Reliant Rehabilitation Hospital Braintree LLC, for transfer of ownership of New England Rehabilitation Hospital and its satellite locations arising from the sale of the ownership interests in the Applicants to an indirect subsidiary of HealthSouth Corporation. The Council voted to approve the DoN request.

Next, the Council received an informational presentation on the status of proposed recission of 105 CMR 230.000: Healthy Start Program.

Finally, the Council was provided an informational presentation on the status of proposed recission of 105 CMR 680.000: Phosphates in Household Cleaning Products.

 

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