Hospitals oppose charity care requirement provision

06/1/2009 | NYTimes.com

Hospitals are banding together to fight a proposal to include new charity care requirements in health reform legislation. A plan before the Senate Finance Committee would require hospitals to provide a minimum level of charitable care each year to keep their tax-exempt status. The American Hospital Association said a "one-size-fits-all charity care standard will hamstring hospitals' efforts to respond to the unique needs of their communities."

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