Written by Steve Hunt, Love Funding | November 21, 2017 | Published by Becker’s Hospital Review

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by the House of Representatives on November 16 held an unwelcome surprise for non-for-profit hospitals: the elimination of tax-exempt financing for 501(c)(3) organizations, among other things.

However, the Senate markup, dated November 14, was a bit more tolerable. Below is a summary of tax reform provisions being discussed on the Hill, which could increase borrowing costs for not-for-profit hospitals, and how the FHA 242 hospital program could benefit more hospitals as a result:

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