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  • Tax-exempt hospitals haven’t greatly increased community benefit spending

    Health Exec - 01/08/2018

    Overall, Gary Young, director of Northeastern University Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research, and his coauthors found spending for all types of community benefit “remained largely unchanged during the study period.” Tax-exempt hospitals’ average spending for all community benefits increased from 7.6 percent of operating expenses in 2010 to 8.1 percent in 2014, but researchers found the increase had occurred by 2012 and driven largely by spending on patient care benefits.

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