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P~a,. 2-Thursday, April 12, 1979-The Michigan Daily
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'U' pushes hospital at state level

University officials yesterday
suggested to Governor William
Milliken that "a liason would probably
be necessary" between two executive
branch agencies, in order to negotiate
state level planning for the University
Hospital replacement project, accor-
ding to Interim University President
Allan Smith.
Smith said yesterday the proposed
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liason between the state Department of
Management and Budget (DMB) and
the Michigan Department of Public
Health (MDPH) would bring together
both sides of the health planning
THE DMB recommends to the state
legislature the amount of funding that
the hospital will need. The MDPH
decides whether there is sufficient need
for a new hospital.
A spokeswoman for the governor's of-
fice said Milliken was reviewing the
hospital plans, but would not yet com-
ment on any specific efforts at the state
level to support the plans. "It may be
something that the governor shouldn't
be involved with," she said.
The need for a new $254 million
University Hospital has been
questioned by the regional planning
agency, the Comprehensive Health
Planning Agency of Southeastern
Michigan (CHPC-SEM). The council
voted Tuesday to advise that the MDPH.

turn down the University's application
for a certificate of need.
THE CHPC-SEM also voted to advise
disapproval at the state level because
council members objected to the size
and cost of the replacement project,
although they agreed the University
needs a new hospital.

rather a question of disagreeing with
the criticism.
THE CHPC-SEM has only the
authority to make a negative recom-
mendation to the MDPH.
The DMB told the University last fall
it will support the hospital replacement
project up to $200 million, which would

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A CHPC-SEM member, Mel Ravitz,
charged at the council's Tuesday
meeting that the University apparently
was going "to move on the political
tract in Lansing" because Univesity of-
ficials refused to delay the certificate of
need application. CHPC-SEM members
had asked the University at the meeting
' to delay the planning process, and con-
sider scaling down the plan in light of
CHPC-SEM criticisms.
The University replied that the CH-
PC-SEM staff criticisms do not apply to
the University Hospital plans. it
claimed the plans merit special con-
sideration because of the educational-
research role of the hospital.
After the Tuesday meeting Smith
said the University was not circumven-
ting the regional planning agency in
taking the plan unaltered to the MDPH.
Smith said Tuesday that it was not a
question of avoiding criticism, but

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be raised through a state bond issue.
Smith has said that the University is
caught in a "chicken or the egg"
situation. Without assurances of fun-
ding, Smith said the University cannot
realistically apply for a certificte of
need for a project of this size. Yet the
University cannot seek commitments
from legislators on funding without
having already obtained a certificate of
SINCE THE DMB considers the
economic impact of building projects
and the MDPH considers whether a
project satisfies health care needs,
Smith said it is likely that sooner or
later there would be mutual discussion
between the two departments.
The DMB makes funding recommen-
dations to the state legislature while the
recommendation of the MDPH would
come in the form of a certificate of
need. The legislature, however, cannot
approve funding for the project without
a certificate of need.
Also yesterday, Representative Carl
Pursell (D-Ann Arbor) met with
University Hospital Director Jeptha
"I WOULD consider today asking
(MDPH director) Dr. Maurice Reizen
to overturn the (CHPC=SEM's)
decision. The longer we delay,
everybody's aware of the increased
cost," Pursell said afterwards.
Pursell supported the University's
contention that the CHPC-SEM should
give the University special con-
sideration, saying .he considers the
hospital unique because of its
educational-research role. He said he
had not yet reviewed the CHPC-SEM
staff report criticizing the hospital
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Thursday, April 12, 1979
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