340B Hospital Community Benefit Analysis

In 2017 alone, 340B Tax-exempt Hospitals Provided More Than
$64 Billion in Total Benefits to Their Communities

 

Improving the health of their communities is at the heart of every hospital’s mission.

Tax-exempt hospitals are required to publicly report on the ways in which they improve the health of the communities they serve yearly through the IRS Form 990 Schedule H, which is publicly available. In 2017, the most recent year for which this information is available, tax-exempt hospitals participating in the 340B drug savings program provided $64.3B in total benefits to their communities. View details under key resources.

340B Hospital Community Benefit Analysis Report Cover

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