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Julia O'Hanlon's contribution to the March 2018 edition of the peer-reviewed Delaware Journal of Public Health begins on page 78.
Exploring the process for planning and approving new or expanded medical facilities is the topic of Institute for Public Administration (IPA) Policy Scientist Julia O'Hanlon's article in the March 2018 edition of the Delaware Journal of Public Health.
Aiming to inform public health professionals and planners about Delaware's Certificate of Public Review program, O'Hanlon's article, "Delaware's Process for Planning and Approving New or Expanded Medical Facilities," breaks down the processes in place and the demands for new or expanded health resources to help local healthcare providers, planners, and state and local officials make informed decisions about long-term infrastructure and built environment issues among the state's growing communities.
To read the complete article, visit the Delaware Journal of Public Health's archives.
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