Georgia
Community Benefit Reporting Requirement
Georgia requires nonprofit hospitals to report charity care expenses.

Georgia law requires “health care providers” (including both nonprofit and for-profit hospitals) to annually report specified health care information, such as the hospital’s total gross revenues, bad debts, free care provided, and “charity care provided to indigent persons” (defined as those with annual incomes of no more than 125 percent of the federal poverty level). Ga. Code,tit. 31, Chptr 7, art. 12, §31-7-280(c).

Health care facilities requiring a certificate of need are required to submit an annual report that includes information regarding, among other things, bad debts, amount of free care provided, and the amount of charity care provided to indigent persons. Ga. Code tit. 31, Chptr 6, art. 4 §31-6-70.