Tax by Industry: Health Care Providers
In today’s environment of increased legislative focus and regulatory scrutiny, not-for-profit health care providers are challenged as never before to demonstrate and protect their tax-exempt status.
Doing so means proactively managing many complex issues while addressing continual tax law changes. Your human capital strategies and facility financing need to align with federal and state requirements. Your tax department needs to be familiar with the latest reporting standards, such as the redesigned Form 990 and FIN 48 requirements. Meanwhile, have you conducted a detailed analysis of the community benefits you provide?
To make sure your organization is following the rules and addressing issues that can lead to costly penalties, you may benefit from the advice of professionals who focus exclusively in tax-exempt organizations and are backed by a multifaceted national tax practice. Deloitte can help. Learn more in the PDF attachments below.
Tax Health Reform: Implications for you and your business
|2011 U.S. and Global Survey of Health Care Consumers: Key findings
The cost of health care, coupled with the state of the economy, is of growing concern to consumers, according to Deloitte's 2011 Survey of Health Care Consumers. Across the globe, many consumers are delaying care, altering household spending, and worrying about their ability to pay for future health care costs.
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