Utah
Limitations on Charges, Billing, and Collections
As a condition of property tax exemption, Utah limits what nonprofit hospitals may charge indigents who are unable to pay the charges ordinarily billed.

To qualify for property tax exemption, a nonprofit hospital must ensure that “indigent persons who, in the judgment of the admitting physician, require the service generally available at the hospital … receive those services for no charge or for a reduced charge, in accordance with their ability to pay.” Standards of Practice, Appendix 2D, Standard III, p. 32.