WASHINGTON — Officials at two nonprofit hospitals have warned the Internal Revenue Service that new requirements imposed on bond-financed and 501(c)(3) hospitals by this year’s health care insurance overhaul would be burdensome and costly.

Jill Wehner, the vice president of fiscal services for Harbor Beach Community Hospital in Michigan, and Steven Finkel, the senior vice president of finance, chief financial officer, and treasurer at the Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Pennsylvania, each sent letters to the IRS raising concerns about a new federal law’s requirements for nonprofit health care facilities.

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