Cancer Treatment Centers of America (B) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case, a follow up to Cancer Treatment Centers of America (A), HBS No. 313-012, initiate with the debate over New Hampshire's certificate of need (CON) law, which administers hospital growth. This argument led to significant public criticism of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), a for profit chain of five cancer-focused hospitals that had previously attained a DISADVANTAGE exception in Georgia, over its for-profit status and low endorsement of the government-insured patients.

The case scenario commences by introducing the conflict that over CTCA’s cancer treatment outcomes -reporting practices, as well as the disparities in outcomes-reporting practices by cancer treatment suppliers normally. By giving views on either side of the dilemmas, the case permits students to debate and draw their own conclusions about whether organizations like CTCA should be given CON exceptions and whether the criticisms of its patient- approval and outcomes -reporting practices are well founded.PUBLICATION DATE: March 19, 2014 PRODUCT #: 314003-HCB-ENG

PUBLICATION DATE: March 19, 2014 PRODUCT #: 314003-HCB-ENG

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