Providers: $25.5 billion in Provider Relief Fund & American Rescue Plan rural funding is now available. Submit your application by October 26, 2021.

General Distributions

View a list of providers who received a payment from the Provider Relief Fund and attested to the terms and conditions.

Phases 1 and 2 Payments

Initially $50 billion was allocated proportional to providers' share of 2018 net patient revenue. This number was then revised to $46 billion. The allocation methodology was designed to distribute relief to providers who bill Medicare fee-for-service with a payment of 2 percent of the provider's gross patient revenue regardless of the provider's payer mix. Payments were determined proportional to providers' share of annual patient revenue.

Phase 1

Two weeks after enactment of the CARES Act, on April 10, 2020, HHS distributed $30 billion to eligible Medicare providers.

*Note that these breakdowns show the amount allocated to billing organizations for eligible recipients based on the billing organizations' address, not necessarily the state where the providers are operating.

Phase 2

Phase 3 Payments

HHS announced $24.5 billion in new funding available from existing PRF funds for Phase 3 General Distribution allocationin October 2020. Providers were funded for a baseline 2 percent annual patient care revenue plus an add-on that considers financial losses and changes in operating expenses caused by the coronavirus.

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Date Last Reviewed:  August 2021