Provider Relief Fund Reporting & Single Audit Requirements

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September 10, 2020 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the health care industry—and there are substantial guidance developments that have consequences for providers. Organizations will need to prepare for the reporting and audit requirements related to these funds.

Join us to learn about the Provider Relief Fund reporting process and single audit requirements as well as some best practices on how to account and track for these funds. We’ll discuss what to look for with the upcoming audit requirement guidance, expected to be released by the Office of Budget and Management in September.



Aparna Venkateswaran, Senior Manager, 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. She has significant experience conducting governmental audits in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and Uniform Grant Guidance. Aparna also assists clients with evaluation of internal controls, assessments of key processes, and agreed-upon procedures.

Georgia Green, MS, CHFP, Manager, 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. Georgia also has experience in developing population health revenue optimization programs. Georgia has worked strategically with many rural organizations to assist them in overcoming their unique challenges and capitalizing on advantages. Prior to joining Moss Adams, Georgia co-founded a non-profit (National Rural Accountable Care Consortium) and a population health services organization (Caravan Health) serving community health systems before starting her own consulting practice.

Melaney Scott, MBA, CIA, CHC, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Melaney has over 20 years of combined experience in all facets of GAAP accounting, finance, and auditing. She has experience auditing based on COSO, GASB, GAAS, GAGAS, and IIA standards. Specific experience includes: managing the planning, preparation, and execution of risk based compliance audit programs, covering contracting, operational, and financial related audits; leading day-to-day activities of audit teams on complex and multiple audits to ensure audit objectives and deadlines are met, which includes planning, preparation, and execution of risk based financial, federal compliance (Uniform Guidance - Single Audits), and operational audits as well as special projects. Prior auditing experience includes the Medicaid program, which included eligibility, claims, and drug rebates.

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