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Health Care Funding Initiatives and Regulatory Relief Due to Coronavirus

Information is changing daily, if not hourly, and it is increasing hard to keep up especially for healthcare providers who are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a delicate balance dealing with constant changes from federal, state, and local authorities while juggling the needs of your facility such as increased staffing challenges, […]

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Paycheck Protection Loan Program

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has released the interim final rule, which provides additional guidance and requirements for the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP.)  This final rule includes some changes including doubling of loans’ interest rate to 1%, from 0.5% There seems to be so much information out there about all of the COVID-19 […]

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HW&Co. Revenue Cycle COVID-19 Updates

At HW&Co., we understand that COVID-19 is creating unique revenue cycle challenges. Below, we have compiled some important updates to help you make sense of recent changes. Rest assured, we are keeping up with all the COVID-19 news and pronouncements, both federally and locally, and will keep you updated.  Please reach out with any questions […]

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COVID-19 Payments for Retirees

The IRS reminds retirees, who don’t normally have a requirement to file a tax return, that no action on their part is needed to receive their $1,200 economic impact payment. Seniors should be especially careful during this period, as they can be the target of scammers. The IRS reminds retirees – including recipients of Forms […]

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Beware Coronavirus-related Scams

The IRS has issued a warning to taxpayers about calls and email phishing attempts dealing with COVID-19 or the Coronavirus.  Main concerns center around identity theft and tax-related fraud. Taxpayers should watch for emails, text messages, websites and social media attempts that request money or any personal information. According to IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig, “The […]

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