If your practice received a Provider Relief Fund Grant from HRSA of more than $10k, you are required to self-report that you utilized those funds properly. On 6/11/21, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) issued guidance available at: https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/provider-post-payment-notice-of-reporting-requirements-june-2021.pdf
The table below summarizes the deadline to use the funds as well as the reporting time period. Please note that most of our clients received the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) subsidy between 7/1/20 and 12/31/20. Some medical practices received their PRF Subsidy between 4/10/20 and 6/30/20.
Grant recipients will self-report data in the following order:
- Interest earned on PRF Payments – if the funds were held in an interest-bearing account
- Other assistance received – including PPP loans, state grants, and other COVID related assistance
- Use of PRF subsidies – not reimbursed by other grants received
- Break down of expenses between General and Administrative and/or other Health Care-Related Expenses
- Lost Revenue Reimbursement – unallocated PRF money can be applied to lost revenue
You can access the Provider Relief Fund Reporting Portal at: https://prfreporting.hrsa.gov/s/. The first step is to register to set up your account. If we’ll be filing the self-reporting application for you, please let us register on your behalf as we will use a common email address for each client. Our fee will be $500 to assist with the self-reporting application. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you want our help with this.
For additional info, the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) Reporting Portal FAQs are available at: https://hrsac19.my.salesforce.com/sfc/p/#t00000004XgP/a/t0000001FId8/wN.4dTa.NRiNhwh_0CBblH6gvvedhqOt7_.5OS7rP6U