Do the activities performed by nonprofit hospitals that are exempt from paying taxes because of their nonprofit status, truly qualify as charitable activities that provide a broad public benefit a are consistent with exempt purposes? When taken as a percentage of net patient revenues -- the amounts a hospital receives from patients a third-party payers -- the uncompensated-care costs provided by nonprofit a for-profit hospitals were not significantly different, both including a excluding Medi-Cal costs. Benefits provided to the community, which only nonprofit hospitals are required to report, differentiate nonprofit hospitals from for-profit hospitals, but the categories of services a the assoc. econ. value are not consistently reported among nonprofit hospitals. Illus.When a health facility submits its financial report, its staff must certify under penalty of perjury that the accounting used in developing the financial report meets the requirements of the accounting and reporting manual. Health Planning usesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nonprofit Hospitals (in CA)|
|Author||:||Elaine N. Howle|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-03|