Since April 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has made more than $140 billion in Provider Relief Fund payments to more than 400,000 health care providers. As a condition of receiving these funds, providers must comply with program instructions, submit required reports, and cooperate with any audits or investigations. As the COVID-19 pandemic winds down, Provider Relief Fund reporting and investigations will ramp up. With this comes a new set of challenges for compliance professionals.
Join us on July 16 for a lively discussion regarding Provider Relief Fund reporting requirements and compliance concerns. This meeting is free to join and attendees are welcome (if not encouraged) to bring their questions and participate in the live discussion, which will be held on Microsoft Teams.
In case you missed it, you can listen to the 3rd annual Let’s Talk Compliance program in its entirety for free, and download slides from each of the sessions, by clicking here. Be sure to check out the key takeaway blog from this session, which addresses some of the unanswered questions we weren’t able to get to during the webinar, and the following Let’s Talk Compliance additional resources:
We are working on developing future Let’s Talk Compliance events, so stay tuned for dates and details!