Evolving Provider Relief Fund Reporting & Audit Requirements

Presented on:
December 15, 2020 9:00 AM PST
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online

COVID-19 has had a significant financial impact on health care providers—and the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) has helped providers weather the storm. That said, the guidance surrounding the PRF has changed significantly and multiple times since the beginning of the pandemic, leaving many organizations to question whether they will be able to retain the awards, and how they will be required to report to federal agencies. Recipients will need to prepare for the upcoming reporting and potential audit requirements related to these funds.

Join us to learn current information about the PRF reporting process and audit requirements as well as best practices on how to account for and track these funds in preparation. Additionally, we’ll discuss the unknowns and clarifications to look for in future guidance.

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Speakers

Aparna Venkateswaran, Senior Manager, Health Care Practice, Moss Adams

Aparna has practiced public accounting since 2004. She provides audit and consulting services to a wide range of clients in the health care industry, including health plans, hospital systems (governmental, not-for-profit, and for-profit), medical groups (for-profit and FQHC), and other health care organizations.

Melaney Scott, CIA, CHC, Senior Manager, Health Care Consulting Group, Moss Adams

Melaney has provided compliance, regulatory, and internal audit services since 2007 as well as accounting and finance work since 1999. She serves a variety of health care clients, including governments, not-for-profits, tribal entities, and private businesses.

Georgia Green, MS, CHFP, Manager, Health Care Consulting Group, Moss Adams

Georgia has worked in the health care industry since 2011. She provides strategic and operational consulting services to health care providers and payers. Georgia has extensive experience in helping clients integrate value-based care models, such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), from start to finish, including strategic analysis, program design, budgeting, contracting, waiver development, training, compliance, reporting, and performance improvement.

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