Grassley said he and Senator Jeff Bingaman plan for adopt adopt these changes, when the Internal Revenue Service does not standard standard for charity care set click to see full text more info . After the sun, a proposal Grassley and Bingaman requiring requiring not-for-profit hospitals to devote at least 5 percent of annual revenues for charity care. Maryland hospitals, but of which are not-for-profit have. 2 percent of patient revenue on charity care in 2008, according to the state data.
Senate Finance Committee senior Member Chuck Grassley is considering legislation that would require Maryland meet hospitals to a federal standard for would qualify for tax-exempt status as a charity hospital, the Baltimore Sun reports. State unique system for setting hospital rates is designed to hospitals that the cost of treating uninsured or low-income patients who do not to to purchased services (Drew, Baltimore Sun 200 percent of could recoup.
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