VHA Health Foundation Poll: Hospital Community Benefits Increasing

June 2004
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jun2004, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p22
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Reports on discussions on indigent care at the National Community Benefit Conference in Miami, Florida in 2004. Percent of hospitals that will increase their hospital community benefits; Percent of hospitals concerned about limited financial resources.


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