In June, HHS stated it would initiate a second phase of basic distribution for eligible companies that take part in Medicaid, CHIP and Medicaid managed care programs. In addition, the second stage permitted oral service suppliers to use.
The goal of the $15 billion, stage two allowance was to strike service providers that have actually not received payment from the very first round of basic distribution..
” From the start, HHSs administration of the company relief fund has actually been focused on distributing financing in a manner that is fast, fair and transparent,” said HHS Secretary Alex Azar. “Extending the deadline for Medicaid suppliers and offering specific Medicare providers another shot at funding is another example of our work with suppliers to guarantee as many as possible get the assistance they need.”.
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Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
HHS has actually extended the due date to Aug. 28 for Medicaid, Medicaid managed care, Childrens Health Insurance Program and oral companies to apply for a slice of $15 billion in service provider relief financing..
HHS also plans to resume the website to allow specific Medicare companies that experienced obstacles with the Phase 1 Medicare General Distribution application to apply. Medicare service providers can apply starting Aug. 10 for additional funding from the $20 billion part of the $50 billion Phase 1 Medicare General Distribution. The website will close Aug. 28.
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HHS likewise plans to reopen the portal to allow certain Medicare providers that experienced challenges with the Phase 1 Medicare General Distribution application to apply. Medicare suppliers can apply beginning Aug. 10 for extra funding from the $20 billion portion of the $50 billion Phase 1 Medicare General Distribution. The website will close Aug. 28.