POSTED ON MONDAY, June 29, 2020
Earlier this month, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that health care providers who received relief funds from the federal government will not have to submit a separately quarterly report detailing how the funds were used. Instead, HHS is developing its own report to satisfy the transparency requirements.
The CARES Act requires any provider receiving $150,000 or more in COVID-19 relief funds to send quarterly reports on how much money they have received and how that money has been received. This requirement is also found in the terms and conditions to receive the funds from HHS. Now, HHS will generate its own reports and providers will need to send in their data later.
Source: NAHC Report
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