operating expenses or revenues--whichever is greater--to charity care
A recent "Wall Street Journal" article showed how tax-exempt organizations were paying out what some consider inflated executive salaries while providing relatively little in terms of charity care
or community benefit.
You have a mortgage to pay, medical school loans to pay back, you have a car, a wife and family to support - you can't make it on charity care
,'' said Dr.
Crawford added that fliers and brochures in multiple languages are available to patients informing them how to apply for charity care
Granting hospitals 501(c)(3) nonprofit status is another mechanism designed to encourage the provision of charity care
Morr says Indiana hospitals spent $481 million in charity care
When charity care
is provided, the IRS scrutinizes the joint venture's business plan and its definition of charity care
His law firm has sued more than 20 charity care
hospitals nationwide, alleging that they charge uninsured patients "significantly more" for various procedures than they charge those with insurance, even though they get tax breaks for providing charity care
The ambulance has been bought by charity Care
for the Wild International.
The charity Care
For the Family needs help to find Britain's best Neighbours from Heaven.
Financial pressures are impeding physicians from providing as much charity care
and treating as many Medicaid patients as they used to, a study says.
A British couple is setting off on an overland adventure from London to Sydney this month, to raise money for charity CARE