The September 30, deadline for the first Provider Relief Fund (PRF) reporting period is drawing near. The many changes to the program since its inception have created confusion and questions. Jon Miller, Partner and Margaret Lally, Manager on the Bonadio Cares Act Consulting Team, offer answers and guidance on the who, when, where, what and why of PRF reporting, in a short 10-minute video.
Who should watch this video? Anyone with questions regarding PRF reporting. More importantly, providers who received more than $10,000 in HHS Provider Relief Funds between April 10, 2020 and June 30, 2020, should watch—they will have to report in the first reporting period. If funds aren’t reported, you may have to pay it back.
Reporting Grace Period
The deadline for the first reporting period remains September 30, 2021. However, given the challenges posed by the Delta variant, HHS has instituted a 60-day grace period. HHS will not pursue any collection activities or other similar enforcement for non-compliant providers during the grace period.
The Bonadio Cares Act Team can help you navigate Provider Relief Fund Reporting. For more information, contact us.
The information and advice we are providing for this matter relates to COVID-19 legislative relief measures. Because legislative efforts are still ongoing, we expect that there may be additional guidance and clarification from regulators that could modify some of the advice and information provided to you, after the conclusion of our engagement. We therefore make no warranties, expressed or implied, on the services provided hereunder.