Expansion incentives

Expansion incentives

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Government policies that create incentives or requirements for private organizations or professionals to serve underserved populations or provide high-value services (e.g., tax breaks for facilities in rural areas, requirements that a certain portion of clients fall below the poverty line, requirement that facilities must treat patients with medical emergencies regardless of ability to pay).

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