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*** Please note: As of April 24th, 2020 the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund began distributing an additional $20 billion for Medicare facilities and providers impacted by COVID-19.*** Read more about the process here. If you have not already started an application for CARES Act Relief, click here for the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund Application Guide. The Provider Relief Fund also has funds to distribute specifically for care of uninsured patients related to COVID-19. Providers can access the portal to register for the program at the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund page or at COVIDUninsuredClaim.HRSA.gov.
The CARES Act establishes a number of new financial assistance programs containing $376 billion in relief. These include:
Paycheck Protection Program
Designed to keep workers on the payroll, SBA loans that will be forgiven if all employees are kept on the payroll for 8 weeks and monies are used for specific allowable uses.
An SBA loan advance up to $10,000 for loss of revenue due to COVID-19 that does not have to be repaid. Applies to businesses with less than 500 employees.
Express Bridge Loans
Loans up to $25,000, rapidly disbursed. Note: these loans require an existing relationship with an SBA Express Lender.
SBA Debt Relief
For existing loans, includes the payment of principal, interest, fees by the SBA, as well as greater allowances for deferment.
As part of the response to the Coronavirus pandemic, CMS has expanded the Accelerated & Advance Payment Program to increase cash flow to providers and suppliers to account for the likely disruption in claim submission or processing.
CMS: AAPP Fact Sheet
Explanations of eligibility requirements,
the payment requesting process,
and payment amounts, with links to your
Medicare Administrative Contractor
An exhaustive listing of CMS waivers,
including for privileging, licensure and
certification, for supervision of non-
physician providers, and more.
Complete coronavirus coverage, updated daily with new resources to assist you and your business. Scroll down to "Stimulus Aid and SBA Resources" for excellent articles to help you navigate the changes to your practice.
To help you navigate the relief options currently available in the U.S., Experian has compiled a list of major financial and non-financial institutions' websites where you can find more information on relief measures.
If you’re concerned about your studies or loan repayment, this site can help you understand what to do. We’ll be adding information for students, borrowers, and parents to this page on a regular basis, so please check back frequently.
IRS Tax Relief and EI Payments
Extensions, exemptions, and credits.
The IRS is offering tax help for taxpayers
and businesses – including health plans –
affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
California Tax Relief
During this time of need, we're
supporting CA individuals and business
affected by COVID-19 so they can
focus on their health and well-being.