The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today released final guidance on hospital co-location with other hospitals or health care facilities. Proposed in 2019, the guidance seeks to clarify how CMS and state surveyors will evaluate space-sharing arrangements for compliance with the Medicare conditions of participation. Prior sub-regulatory interpretations prohibited co-location of hospitals with other health care entities.

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