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Delaware Health Care Commission

Delaware Health Resources Board

Statutory Authority: 16 Delaware Code, Section 9303 (16 Del.C. §9303)


Delaware Health Resources Management Plan

*Please Note: The Public Notice for the Delaware Health Care Commission proposed regulation for Delaware Health Resources Management Plan, published in the November 2016 issue of the Delaware Register of Regulations (20 DE Reg. 347), contained an error in the location of the public hearing. The Public Notice is reprinted below with the public hearing location information corrected.


Delaware Health Resources Management Plan

The Delaware Health Resources Board (DHRB) pursuant to Title 16 Chapter 93 of the Delaware Code proposes to revise its Health Resources Management Plan (HRMP) regulation 16 Del.C. §9303(d)(1). The purpose of the plan is to establish the core set of common review considerations for use in reviewing Certificate of Public Review (CPR) applications. The proposed amendment seeks to clarify detail and fully update the edition of the HRMP to promote alignment with Delaware's existing statewide policy aimed at improving health outcomes, health care quality and patient experience, lowering growth in per capital health care costs and enhancing provider satisfaction. As per recommendations of Joint Sunset Committee in 2012, this is the first full document revision of the HRMP.

The board will hold a public hearing on the proposed HRMP amendment on December 5, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at Edgehill Shopping Center, Large Training Room, 43 S. Dupont Highway, Dover DE. Written comments should be sent to Latoya Wright, Staff to the DHRB at Delaware Health Care Commission, 410 Federal Street, Suite 7, Margaret O'Neill Building, Third Floor, Dover, DE 19901. Written comments will be accepted until January 5, 2017.

Please park in the large part of the lot in front of Concord Pets, do not park in the spots directly in front of the building, in front of the liquor store, or by the salons, as the retail stores must have front parking for their customers.

*Please Note: A PDF version of the proposed regulation is available at:

Health Resources Management Plan (

20 DE Reg. 395 (12/01/16) (Errata)