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Camille B. Lockhart Oct 8
The 71st convention & expo is going on now. Be sure to sign up for our session on and for and providers.
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Kimberly Cline May 14
Good information for Healthcare Providers
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SPB Global Public Policy Jun 4
(House & Senate) committee leaders question Sec. Azar on ’ timeline and parameters for disbursements to -dependent providers... and more in section of our 🔗👇
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Avizo Group f/k/a hbkcpas Aug 13
Great news for healthcare practices!! The application has been extended until August 28th AND even if you received funds from the general distribution, the rules now allow you to apply if you've received less than 2% of reported revenue from patient care.
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Mary Kathryn Theo Apr 24
Some could be left out as the second round of is distributed. 's explores in blog.
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Earl Blackmon Jul 30
Provider Relief Fund applications for Medicaid, CHIP and Dental providers are due by August 3, 2020.
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Dave Kishler Oct 1
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Greater St. Louis MGMA Oct 26
Read the Health Care Industry Alert regarding an important clarification from on the reporting requirements here: Thank you to our Business Partner member for providing us with this update!
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Nisivoccia Jul 23
Dentists: the deadline to apply to receive funding from the Provider Relief Fund has been extended from July 24th to August 3rd. Read more at:
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SPB Global Public Policy Jun 11
leaders of congressional committee overseeing are calling for additional aid, after praising 's recent distribution announcement Continue reading Updates in our report today: ⚕️⚕️
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Dave Kishler Aug 27
. has issued another extension of the Phase 2 Provider Relief Fund application deadline. Learn more about eligibility and the application process:
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NACHC Jun 16
Breaking: CHCs are on the frontlines of COVID-19 in 14,000 underserved communities across the country but are ineligible for the billions in payments targeted to safety net providers.
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James A. Ortiz Oct 28
The Department of Health & Human Services has made important updates to its reporting requirements. Here's a quick recap...
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Andis Robeznieks Jul 27
Doctors who care for patients in or & have not received payment from CARES Act are eligible to receive part of a special $15 billion distribution. But they must apply by Aug. 3 to receive funding.
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Trevin L. Epps Oct 8
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KansasMedicalSociety Aug 7
The is still available, providing payments to a wide range of health care providers for expenses and lost revenue due to . Join for a stakeholder update on Tuesday, August 11 at 2PM CST. Register here:
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McDermott+Consulting Jun 8
This week on our and welcome back from maternity leave and discuss the timing of a possible specific distribution from the . Click here to listen:
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Council on Aging Aug 12
Healthcare provider? Join a webcast on Aug 13 at 3 pm about the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund. Learn about the expanded application and who is eligible to apply. Register now:
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HBHealthcare Law Sep 22
HHS releases new details on provider relief fund (PRF) reporting requirements. Key aspects of HHS’ new PRF reporting guidance are summarized in our :
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HBHealthcare Law Aug 18
Our attorneys share an update on the HHS reporting requirement delay related to providers who accepted funding from the . Learn more:
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