Licensing, CON reform & more: 4 legislative changes to know

Here are four legislative updates that could affect your surgery center:

A bill to allow 23-hour stays in ASCs advanced to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' desk and could go into effect July 1 if the Republican governor signs it into law.

The Vermont House Health Care Committee advanced a bill that could establish a state licensing structure for ASCs.

North Carolina representatives introduced legislation to repeal the state's certificate-of-need laws related to standalone surgery centers. Florida, Georgia and Alaska are also considering CON law reform.

President Donald Trump called for legislators to quickly pass a bill targeting surprise billing, according to Anesthesia Business Consultants President and CEO Tony Mira.

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