California hospitals’ charity work hard to assess
Los Angeles Times, December 14, 2007
A 61-page report from the state auditor calls for the California Legislature to give nonprofit hospitals more specific instructions on reporting costs for uncompensated care and evaluating community benefits. According to the auditor, uniform guidelines are needed in reporting the dollar valuations of community care.
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