The Health Resources and Services Administration yesterday released another $1.75 billion in Provider Relief Fund “Phase 4” payments to providers who experienced revenue losses and expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic based on changes in operating revenues and expenses from July 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021. HRSA began releasing the $17 billion in Phase 4 payments last December.

Related News Articles

Blog
A recent op-ed in the online publication STAT (Turn off the spigot for hospitals’ COVID-19 relief funding) contains blatant factual inaccuracies but also omits…
Headline
The Health Resources and Services Administration has extended to May 18 the deadline for health care providers who received Provider Relief Fund payments…
Perspective
For more than two full years — day in and day out — hospitals and health systems and their front-line caregivers have cared for patients, comforted families…
Headline
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…
Headline
Health care providers who received Provider Relief Fund payments exceeding $10,000 total between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2020, must report to the Health Resources…
News
AHA today urged Congress to provide immediate additional support for hospitals and health systems as COVID-19 challenges persist. The letter emphasizes the…