HHS is making available $25.5 billion in new healthcare provider relief funding for those affected by the pandemic, with a focus on equity.
The telehealth tax checklist highlights information that should be gathered and common issues to consider when assessing federal and state tax obligations as they relate to telehealth.
With the first 100 days in the rearview mirror, Biden Administration priorities are shifting to the future. Business leaders should prepare for swift movement in ESG, innovation, infrastructure, tax policy, and other areas of focus.
Keep this 2021 tax and financial cheat sheet handy for quick reference to tax rates and deadlines, retirement plan and HSA contribution limits, and other pertinent charts.
R&D will continue to be a priority for the healthcare industry, as organizations work to address the emerging needs of the aging population, respond to trends in telehealth and value-based care, and fend off competition.
The CARES Act established the Provider Relief Fund for qualified providers of heathcare services & support to receive payments for healthcare-related expenses or lost revenue due to COVID-19. The funds come with unique compliance, reporting and audit requirements.
Dentists who were previously ineligible can now apply for Provider Relief Fund payments from the Department of Health and Human Services.