Between April 11 and 22, health care providers who missed the deadline to report on how they used their period 1 Provider Relief Funds due to certain extenuating circumstances may request to submit a late report, the Health Resources and Services Administration announced yesterday. If the request is approved, the provider must submit a completed report within 10 days, the agency said. It plans to offer PRF period 2 providers a similar opportunity in coming weeks. 

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