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Nonprofit Hospitals; Variation in Standards and Guidance Limits: Comparison of How Hospitals Meet Community Benefit Requirements
A. Bruce Steinwald (au)
Nonprofit hospitals qualify for fed. tax exemption from the IRS if they meet certain requirements. Since 1969, IRS has not specified that these hospitals have to provide charity care to meet these requirements, so long as they engage in activities that benefit the community. Many of these activities are intended to benefit the approx. 47 million uninsured individuals in the U.S. who need financial and other help to obtain medical care. This report examines: (1) IRS's community benefit standard and the states' requirements; (2) guidelines nonprofit hospitals use to define the components of community benefit; and (3) guidelines nonprofit hospitals use to measure and report the components of community benefit. Charts and tables.
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