Community benefits are programs or activities promoting health and healing that are responsive to identified community needs.
While hospitals began reporting community benefit information to the IRS several years ago, the Affordable Care Act mandates that every non-profit health care organization conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment every 3 years and develop an annual plan to address those needs. Glenbeigh’s commitment to improving community health has been an integral part of our mission for over 3 decades.
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Community Health Needs Assessment
As a non-profit specialty hospital, Glenbeigh is committed to not only the health of our patients but the health of families struggling with addiction and the wellbeing of the recovery community.
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Community Health Implementation Strategy
An Implementation Strategy must also be completed within the same year as the Community Health Needs Assessment. As a non-profit institution, Glenbeigh’s goal is to fulfill our mission and our charitable, tax-exempt requirements as defined in the context of IRS guidelines.
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Glenbeigh’s wide-ranging efforts to promote community health are related to addiction and substance abuse, which are shown to be among the top health issues within the defined service area.
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