2014 New York Laws
PBH - Public Health
Article 28 - (2800 - 2826) HOSPITALS
2803-L - Community service plans.
2803-l. Community service plans. 1. The governing body of a voluntary non-profit general hospital must issue an organizational mission statement identifying at a minimum the populations and communities served by the hospital and the hospital's commitment to meeting the health care needs of the community.
2. The governing body must at least every three years:
(i) review and amend as necessary the hospital mission statement;
(ii) solicit the views of the communities served by the hospital on such issues as the hospital's performance and service priorities;
(iii) demonstrate the hospital's operational and financial commitment to meeting community health care needs, to provide charity care services and to improve access to health care services by the underserved; and
(iv) prepare and make available to the public a statement showing on a combined basis a summary of the financial resources of the hospital and related corporations and the allocation of available resources to hospital purposes including the provision of free or reduced charge services.
3. The governing body must at least annually prepare and make available to the public an implementation report regarding the hospital's performance in meeting the health care needs of the community, providing charity care services, and improving access to health care services by the underserved.
4. The governing body shall file with the commissioner its mission statement, its annual implementation report, and at least every three years a report detailing amendments to the statement and reflecting changes in the hospital's operational and financial commitment to meeting the health care needs of the community, providing charity care services, and improving access to health care services by the underserved.
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