The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Section 9007: Features and Remarks

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Section 9007: Features and Remarks
Policy Objectives
The overall objective of PPACA Section 9007 is to ensure that hospitals registered as charitable institutions do not receive this classification unfairly, but only for conferring benefits on the community they serve that are proportionate to the loss the community suffers from foregoing a part of the tax revenues otherwise due from them. To this end, PPACA Section 9007 demands that the institution assess both the needs of its community and the efforts the hospital is making to meet those needs, that it make the nature and extent of its commitment to charity service public and open itself to regular government examination and audit, that it...
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