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Obombercare levies fines on non-profit hospitals that offer free healthcare to the poor

Monday 21st October 2013 at 09:14

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‘Charitable hospitals that treat uninsured Americans will be subjected to new levels of scrutiny of their nonprofit status and could face sizable new fines under Obamacare.

A new provision in Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, which takes effect under Obamacare, sets new standards of review and installs new financial penalties for tax-exempt charitable hospitals, which devote a minimum amount of their expenses to treat uninsured poor people. Approximately 60 percent of American hospitals are currently nonprofit.

Charity for the uninsured is one of the factors that could discourage enrollment in Obamacare, which requires all Americans to purchase health insurance or else face new taxes themselves from the IRS.’

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The Knight Templar Eye Foundation,

can no longer give money to the families of children, who are being treated at our hospital, because it is a violation of obamacare laws.

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What about the Shriner Hospitals? They don't charge families of children they help. Are they screwed now as well?
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yes!

in the same way....where we used to give the families money for hotel, food expenses etc...we can no longer do that.
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