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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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The bottom line of the report was that there should be some minimum level of either charity care or community benefit that tax-exempt organizations--including hospitals--should be required to provide," says Atlanta-based Francine Machisko, a senior principal at Noblis who has been in the industry for two decades.
Free clinics aren't going away, but their resources will become further strained as fewer physicians can afford to provide charity care.
Others say Resurrection's poor quality of service is reflected beyond charity care figures.
Hospital charity care in New York State is regulated under NY CLS Pub Health [section] 2807.
Charity care and bad debt at Cardinal totals about $27 million a year, in one of the highest uninsured areas in the state.
The aspect of charity care is of high importance when discussing not-for-profit hospitals and joint ventures.
This means that any hospital providing charity care has no expectation of payment (AICPA 1990), and receives little or no payment for the services rendered.
Also, community benefit reporting requirements for nonprofit hospitals, especially in states like CA, could lead to higher levels of charity care and related activities at nonprofit hospitals (Sutton and Stensland 2004; Bazzoli, Clement, and Hsieh 2010).
Some critics of the sale to Prime worry that, in addition to potential loss of jobs, benefits and pensions, charity care will be eliminated.
Revenue Ruling 69-545, which was extended by Revenue Ruling 83-157, allows a hospital to be tax exempt under section 501 (c) (3) if it presents facts and circumstances sufficient to show that it promotes health, whether or not charity care is provided (except in the emergency department if appropriate).
The research was carried out by the Alliance for Integrity and Reform of 340B (AIR340B) and published under the title "Unfulfilled Expectations: An Analysis of Charity Care Provided by 340B Hospitals.
GAAP prohibits healthcare entities from recognizing revenue for providing such care, each healthcare entity must disclose its policy for providing the care and the level of charity care it provides.
76 billion, even though charity care and uninsured discounts climbed 40% to $1.