The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is releasing revised reporting requirements for those who received Provider Relief Fund (PRF) payments.
The updated requirements will apply to providers who received at least one payment exceeding $10,000 during a single payment-received period from the PRF general distributions, targeted distributions, and/or skilled nursing facility and nursing home infection control distributions, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Many dentists in the U.S. applied for and received relief funds from government programs.
Updates include the availability of funds being based on the date payment is received, recipients being required to report for each payment-received period in which they received at least one payment exceeding $10,000, and recipients having a 90-day period to complete reporting.
The full list of revised reporting requirements is available on the HHS website.