Nebraska Revised Statute 71-20,112

Chapter 71 Section 20,112

71-20,112.

Licensure; issuance, renewal, revocation, or suspension; when; section, how construed.

No license to operate a hospital may be issued or renewed by the department pursuant to the Health Care Facility Licensure Act or any other state statute, and a license which has been issued shall be subject to revocation or suspension, if:

(1) There is an acquisition of a hospital without first having received the approval of the department under the Nonprofit Hospital Sale Act;

(2) There is an acquisition of a hospital without the approval of the Attorney General, if the Attorney General determines to review the application under the act;

(3) There is an acquisition of a hospital and the Attorney General disapproves the acquisition and there is a judicial determination under the Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act that the acquisition is not in the public interest; or

(4) The hospital is not fulfilling its commitment under section 71-20,109 or is not following procedures of safeguards committed to under subdivision (3) of such section.

This section does not limit the right to a hearing under section 71-454 or the right of appeal for a hospital from such decision as provided in section 71-455.

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Cross References

  • Health Care Facility Licensure Act, see section 71-401.
  • Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act, see section 25-21,164.