Phase-2 Self-Reporting Season Starts Today
If your practice received a Provider Relief Fund Grant of more than $10k from HRSA, 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.
For Practices that received PRFs of more than $10k between 7/1/20 and 12/31/20, your self-reporting period starts 1/1/22 and ends 3/31/22. We’ll be reaching out soon to our practice clients who received more than $10k in Provider Relief Funds during the second half of 2020 to help fulfill this filing requirement. More info is available at: https://www.hrsa.gov/provider-relief/reporting-auditing.
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. Please register using your email address as the username, but then use email@example.com as the contact email if you will be having us help you out with this self-reporting application. Our fee to assist with the self-reporting application is $750.
Phase 4 Payment Reconsideration
Unhappy with the phase-4 payment received by your practice? HRSA issued guidance on how to file for a payment reconsideration at https://www.hrsa.gov/provider-relief/payment-reconsideration:
The PRF Reconsideration Process is intended for providers who believe their payment was not calculated correctly.
- Providers will not have an opportunity to submit an application if they missed a deadline.
- Providers will not be able to revise or correct their original application (e.g., elect to be considered for ARP Rural payment after their Phase 4/ARP Rural application was submitted).
- HRSA will not consider reconsideration requests that would require a change to payment methodology or policy.
The reconsideration window for ARP Rural and Phase 4 payments will open on February 1, 2022. Providers will be able to request reconsideration of their ARP Rural and/or Phase 4 payments. Details regarding the application process will be provided on this website by February 1, 2022. At a minimum, providers will need to provide in their reconsideration application information confirming their eligibility for ARP Rural and/or Phase 4 payment reconsideration, as well as information necessary to enable HRSA to link the reconsideration request with the original ARP Rural and Phase 4 application. This information is expected to include: a copy of the email or letter the provider received from HRSA communicating the ARP Rural and/or Phase 4 payment determination the provider would like HRSA to reconsider, as well as the taxpayer identification number, DocuSign envelope ID for the ARP Rural/Phase 4 application, and contact information from the original application.
More info available at: https://www.hrsa.gov/provider-relief/payment-reconsideration/faq.