In this article, you will find two of the most recent updates from The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) related to Provider Relief Funds (PRF) and Reporting Requirements.
After the pandemic, will outsourcing play a bigger role in healthcare accounting? All signs point to yes. Here’s why it could be a smart strategy for the new normal.
More information is available about audit requirements of Provider Relief Funds including answers on when should expenditures and/or lost revenue be reported on SEFA and how to determine the amount.
Utilize the full power of athenahealth by leveraging the monthly Practice Performance Review Dashboard. This article gives insight on key performance indicators that may lead to accelerated cash, reduced A/R, or improved processes.
The HHS PRF Reporting Portal is now open. On the portal there are a few new resources for which we have included links below. New guidance was also released to provide more detailed information on how to use the reporting portal.
On June 11, 2021, HHS issued a Press Release that announced the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) reporting portal will now be open on July 1, 2021. HHS also provided a new reporting matrix, which is included in this article.
The American Rescue Plan Act addresses a plethora of issues and industries, from vaccinations and testing to schools and airlines. It also provides much needed relief for the beleaguered restaurant industry through Restaurant Revitalization Grants.
The American Rescue Plan expands eligibility for Paycheck Protection Program loans to several types of organizations, including labor unions and agricultural organizations, and adds $7.5 billion in funding for those entities. Qualifying organizations must act quickly as the application deadline is March 31, 2021.
On January 5, 2021, CMS revised the filing deadline for the following cost reporting fiscal year ends for all provider types. Our team has put together a short list of the extended deadlines for your reference.
Breaking News: Earlier today (January 8, 2021), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Treasury Department, announced the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) will re-open to eligible borrowers next week.