Ohio Hospitals Provide $3.1B in Community Benefit

Ohio hospitals provided $3.1 billion in community benefit in 2010, $200 million more than the previous year, according to the Ohio Hospital Association.

The 167 hospitals and 19 health systems affiliated with the hospital association contributed a total of $1.04 billion in charity care, $1.3 billion in lost Medicaid reimbursement and $1.4 billion in community activities and programming.

Additionally, the hospitals contributed $68.2 billion and nearly 610,000 jobs to Ohio's economy in 2010.

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