COVID-19 Financial Relief Available to Hospitals and Physicians

COVID-19 Financial Relief Available to Hospitals and Physicians

By Health Capital Consultants, LLC

The COVID-19 global pandemic has brought a time of grave uncertainty for U.S. healthcare and the greater economy.

While the focus of healthcare providers is, appropriately, on the access and delivery of care to those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, there are many providers who will require financial resources to persevere during a time when all sectors of the U.S economy are being significantly impacted.

The federal government has announced a myriad of programs in the form of grants and loans to reimburse hospitals and physicians for some expenses and loss of revenue. (Read more…) 


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  1. CMS Announces New Repayment Terms for COVID-19 Medicare Loans

    The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced amended terms for payments issued under the Accelerated and Advance Payment (AAP) Program as required by recent action by President Trump and Congress. This Medicare loan program allows CMS to make advance payments to providers and is typically used in emergency situations. These new recoupment terms allow providers and suppliers one additional year to start loan payments.

    Under the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act repayment will now begin one year from the issuance date of each provider or supplier’s accelerated or advance payment. CMS issued $106 billion in payments to providers and suppliers in order to alleviate the financial burden healthcare providers faced while experiencing cash flow issues in the early stages of combating the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency (PHE).



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