Education event

New Reporting Requirements for HHS Provider Relief Funding Webinar

Originally recorded October 14, 2020

Recording

Overview

One way of doing things, then another. 
On Jun. 14, HHS CARES Provider Relief Fund defined lost revenue as any revenue a provider lost due to COVID-19. That changed dramatically on Sept. 19 when HHS issued a new definition of lost revenue.

This new definition is especially problematic for hospitals and will impact planning and budgeting, accounting, auditing and bond ratings. This program will:

  • Clarify the new requirements
  • Explain impact on operations and accounting practices 
  • Demo a new data management workbook that explains the new requirements and helps hospitals prepare and comply with HHS 
  • Discuss Nov. 6 Phase 3 application deadline 

Materials

Download Presentation

Data Management Workbook

Faculty

From the California Hospital Association:

Anne O’Rourke, Senior Vice President, Federal Relations
Based in Washington, D.C., Anne O’Rourke manages CHA’s Federal Relations Office, represents CHA members before Congress and the White House, and serves as the liaison to other state and national health organizations.

Ryan Witz, Vice President, Health Care Finance Initiatives
Ryan Witz represents members’ financial interests related to Medicare, Medi-Cal, commercial payers and other government entities. Based in CHA’s Sacramento office, he provides support on financial and reimbursement issues affecting California hospitals and health systems, and represents CHA with stakeholders where hospital finance and technical knowledge is needed. Ryan is also involved with the development and implementation of the hospital fee and other financing programs.

From Toyon Associates:

Fred Fisher, Senior Director
Fred Fisher has 15 years of health care finance, reimbursement and advocacy experience and is responsible for identification and delivery of millions of dollars to health care providers across the United States. Fred assists providers in adapting to the imminent changes in the healthcare industry. He specializes in regulatory compliance and analysis, developing client relationships, provider advocacy, costs reporting and presenting meaningful information from large data sets.

Commands