HHS Tells Hospitals They Cannot Surprise Bill COVID-19 Patients

By Ariel Cohen / April 10, 2020 at 2:51 PM
Providers must agree not to surprise bill coronavirus patients in order to receive any of the $100 billion allocated to them by the CARES Act, according to a terms and conditions document unveiled by HHS Friday (April 10) . Providers are required to sign the terms and conditions within 30 days of receiving CARES Act funding or return the funding. HHS says that the virus has led many providers to have capacity constraints, and this could lead to many people...

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