Live event participants can earn up to 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.
Organizations that have received Provider Relief Funds are subject to complex, detailed reporting guidance – and with a new HHS notice superseding the guidance provided in January, even recipients that already have compliance plans in place may need to adapt to prepare. HHS recently issued updated guidance on reporting for Provider Relief Fund (PRF) recipients, in advance of the PRF Report Portal’s opening on July 1 for Period 1.Program level:
Current or past experience with healthcare industry planning and/or implementation issues.Advanced Preparation:
NoneTopics to be discussed include:
Instructional Delivery Method:
- Updated steps, timing, and required data for reporting use of funds
- Impacts of the changes to the Expenses and “Lost Revenue” calculation based on Period of Availability and other considerations
- Single audit and compliance requirements as it relates to Provider Relief Funds
- The purpose of the Provider Relief Funding Portal and what you need to do now
Group Internet BasedWho Should Attend:
Those interested in learning more about the revised guidance related to the CARES Act Provider Relief Funds (PRF), the impact these changes may have on businesses, and the PRF Reporting Portal.
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