Greenlining’s analysis finds that major Central Valley hospital systems fail to report essential data that is needed in order to understand whether they truly earn the extensive tax breaks they get as not-for-profit institutions. These large hospitals spent only 0.32 percent of their operating budgets on “upstream” programs to improve the health of vulnerable populations in the communities they serve.

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