AHA Urges HHS to Revise Provider Relief Funds FAQs

September 18, 2020

The AHA requests that the Department of Health and Human Services revise certain FAQs that place problematic restrictions on the use of some CARES Act Provider Relief Fund dollars, effectively preventing hard-hit hospital systems nationwide from recovering health care-related expenses and lost revenues attributable to the declared COVID-19 public health emergency.  Specifically, the FAQs restrict the ability of a hospital system to allocate the funds throughout its system where COVID-19 related expenses and lost revenues are occurring. Read the PDF for more.

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