- Posts by Colin G. McCullochMember of the Firm
Attorney Colin McCulloch's experience includes the following:
- Advising clients on a variety of matters related to federal and state antitrust issues
- Providing corporate and regulatory advice to hospital systems on structuring ...
Throughout the course of the pandemic, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) distributed $178 billion in Provider Relief Funds (PRF) to hospitals and health care providers. The Public Health Emergency has ended, and HRSA is now turning an eye to how the money was spent, and whether it was spent properly.
PRF funds were distributed with nearly no-strings-attached; hospitals and providers had to simply agree to a few terms and conditions. Yet a number of facilities and providers have received one of two types of letters from HRSA: (1) a Final Repayment Notice stating the money must be returned, or (2) a letter stating that HRSA will be conducting an audit.
During and after a recent presentation regarding telehealth before a health care executive group, we were inundated with the following question: Why should a hospital provide telehealth services when often times it will not get paid for those services? It is, on its face, a great question. After all, few of us would want to provide services we know will not be reimbursed. But, in many ways, the question misses the boat. While a hospital may not be paid directly for providing telehealth services, it nevertheless could significantly benefit in a number of ways that prove just as valuable ...
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