517.374.2703 info@rwca.com

CON Application Services

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Melissa and her team worked with Allegiance Health to launch the 33rd open heart surgery program in the State of Michigan in a climate when many forces were working to prevent any new programs in the State. This was a high priority for Allegiance after suffering a defeat during a similar attempt on their own decades earlier.

RWC Advocacy provides a full range of CON application drafting and filing services. We are available to consult with the client to assist with making critical decisions regarding the project as well as provide options that conform with CON requirements.

We always start our projects with a phone or in-person consultation followed by a custom comprehensive list of information needed to complete the Letter of Intent (LOI) and application. We do all of the drafting and file the application on our clients’ behalf. We field all questions during the review of the application and provide a draft project implementation progress report for the client upon issuance of the final approval letter to assist them in complying with the Department’s requirements as they implement their project.

Filing applications is more an art than a science. Providing too little information can be detrimental and cause delays. Providing too much information can raise unnecessary questions. At RWC Advocacy we pride ourselves in our ability to provide the Department with exactly what they need, in the format they need it, and within the time frame they need it.

We work hard to maintain strong positive relationships with the project reviewers and other staff within the Department to ensure our applications are reviewed as expeditiously as possible and in the most positive light.


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RWC Advocacy
Email: cuppm@rwca.com
Phone: 517.374.3877
Twitter: #CONGoddess

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RWC Advocacy
517.374.2703
230 N. Washington Square
Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48933

RWC Advocacy
517.374.2703
230 N. Washington Square
Suite 200
Lansing, MI 48933