IRS Provides Updated Guidance And Transition Rules On Community Health Needs Assessments

In This Issue:

- What You Need to Know:


..Key Provisions of the Proposed Regulations

..Identifying the Hospital Facility

..Defining the Community Served

..Assessing Community Health Needs

..Persons Representing the Broad Interest of the Community

..Documenting the CHNA

..Making the CHNA Widely Available to the Public

..Collaboration: Separate or Joint Reports and Implementation Plans

..Implementation Strategy

..Transition Rules for First CHNA and Implementation Strategy

- What You Need to do Now

- Excerpt from Key Provisions of the Proposed Regulations:

Key modifications and clarifications included in the Proposed Regulations, described in more detail below, include: Multiple buildings operated under a single state license will be treated as a single hospital facility...

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