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FEMA Public Assistance Program for COVID-19 Funds

The CARES Act provided FEMA with $45 billion in Disaster Relief Funds. These funds are available for local governments to help with costs related to emergency protective measures conducted as a result of COVID-19. Submitting for these FEMA funds does not follow the typical FEMA process of reimbursement, rather local Office of Emergency Management (OEM) staff must submit for reimbursement themselves. The reimbursement process requires OEM’s to complete various amounts of documentation, explanations of activities and an itemized summary report.  

Value Widelity can Provide

Widelity is a leading provider of consulting services in Governmental Compliance and Reimbursement. We are partnering with the local Office of Emergency Management (OEM) to assist local counties submit for reimbursement. The work we do in filing your documentation is also a reimbursable cost. Allow Widelity to submit your information and explanations of work on your behalf so your county can have the funds they need to fight COVID-19. 

 

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COVID-19 Telehealth Program​

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will distribute $200 million under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, to help health care providers provide telehealth services to patients at their homes or mobile locations. The COVID-19 Telehealth Program is limited to nonprofit and public eligible healthcare providers. In order to receive disbursements, eligible health care providers or facilities are required to submit an invoicing form and supporting documentation in order to receive reimbursement for eligible expenses and services. Applicants are required to comply with the program rules and requirements, including applicable reporting requirements and may be subject to compliance audits. 

Value Widelity can Provide

Widelity is a leading provider of consulting services in Governmental Compliance. We are happy to partner with eligible healthcare providers to help you receive the reimbursement you have been allotted. Allow Widelity to submit the necessary documentation, invoices and reporting requirements on a monthly basis so you can receive your reimbursement quickly. 

 

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Provider Relief Fund

The Department of Health and Human Services distributed $175 billion to hospitals and healthcare providers on the front lines of the coronavirus response. These funds were allocated proportional to providers’ share of 2018 patient revenue. If you are a recipient of the Provider Relief Fund, Widelity can help you in the reporting requirements necessary to stay in compliance. The reporting system will become available on October 1, 2020. Recipients are required to submit various expenditure reports before December 31, 2020. 

Value Widelity can Provide

Widelity is a leading provider of consulting services in Governmental Compliance. We are happy to partner with Provider Relief Fund recipients to guide and advise you in completing these reporting requirements. 

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Connected Care Pilot Program

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is taking part in the Connected Care Pilot Program that will make available up to $100 million to be committed over a three-year funding period. This program will help health care providers for qualifying costs of providing connected care services with a primary focus on serving low-income or veteran patients. The Connected Care Pilot Program is limited to public and nonprofit eligible health care providers. The pilot plans to cover 85% of the eligible costs of broadband connectivity, network equipment, and information services necessary to provide connected care services to the intended patient population. Eligible health care providers that are selected will be required to conduct a competitive procurement process for eligible services and network equipment. They will submit a funding request to the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) in order to receive a funding commitment for eligible services and network equipment.  After receiving a funding commitment, the service provider, in conjunction with the health care provider, will be required to submit an invoicing form (FCC Form 463) and supporting documentation in order to receive reimbursement for eligible expenses and services. 

Value Widelity can Provide

The application for the Connected Care Pilot Program is not yet available. At this time, applicants can prepare for the program application. Widelity is a leading provider of consulting services in Governmental Compliance and we have extensive experience working with the FCC. Widelity can help you in preparing for the application, creating estimated project budgets for eligible services and equipment and completing FCC Form 460 for eligibility and Form 462 to receive funding. There are additional reporting requirements through the pilot program that Widelity would be happy to assist you with. 

 

For more information on how we can support you please contact us at info@widelity.com

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