Reporting And Data

*HHS has revised the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) Post-Payment Notice of Reporting Requirements that was issued on January 15, 2021.* Provider Relief Fund (PRF) recipients that received one or more individual payments exceeding $10,000 (not cumulatively) from the PRF will be required to report to HHS demonstrating their compliance with the terms and conditions which they agreed to.

All Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) who received and accepted the Rural Testing Relief Fund Payment (RHC COVID-19 Testing Program) or the RHC COVID-19 Testing and Mitigation Program must report monthly the number of COVID-19 tests collected system wide (across all entities associated with the RHC's Tax Id Number (TIN)) and the number of positive COVID-19 Tests as required by the Terms and Conditions of accepting the payment.

Any business or individual who has custody of abandoned property that belongs to another business or individual is considered to be a "Holder".  Any business that takes deposits, issues refunds, has payroll, etc. can be a Holder and must file a report with the Nevada Treasurer's Office annually disclosing any abandoned property. Even if there is no unclaimed property, a "negative report" indicating such must be filed.

Each hospital that is not solely a psychiatric hospital must submit to the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP) annually a survey concerning obstetric (OB) services provided by the hospital, and a form concerning the Medicaid Inpatient Utilization Rate (MIUR). Each hospital that qualifies as a Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1396r-4 must submit annually a form concerning the Low-Income Utilization Rate (LIUR) of the hospital, and a report of the Uncompensated Care Costs (UCC) of the hospital.

Hospitals must file a copy of the Medicare Cost Report, with the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP).

Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) are not required to complete the CMS Occupational Mix Survey. CMS collects this data every 3 years for an occupational mix adjustment to the wage index.

District hospitals are required to submit an annual statement of current and contemplated general obligation debt and special elective taxes, statement of debt management policy, plan for capital improvement or alternate statement and certain information regarding chief financial officer.

A hospital or Intermediate Care Facility (incl. Distinct Part Long-Term Care) must file a balance sheet detailing the assets, liabilities and net worth of the institution for its fiscal year; and a statement of income and expenses for the fiscal year, with the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP).

Hospitals must file a copy of their proposed operating budget for the fiscal year, with the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP). 

Hospitals must report patient discharge billing data.

Although many of these requirements apply to individual medical professionals and other types of hospitals and health care facilities, the information is presented solely to support Critical Access Hospitals. The reporting requirements and legal mandates on this site are not an exhaustive list and Nevada Rural Hospital Partners, Inc. bears no responsibility or liability for any hospitals' or providers' failure to comply with Federal or State laws or regulations.