This year’s Consolidated Fiscal Reporting (CFR) will be significantly more difficult for fiscal and calendar year providers. With programs fully or partially closed, staff reassigned, and new programs and services being billed, identifying what goes in which bucket will be a challenge. In addition, most providers have received one or more pools of stimulus funding—each with their own rules and requirements—that will ultimately be reported on the CFR. The single biggest change in the CFR is the addition of the COVID-19 and COVID-19S Informational Schedules. Because there is no indication on how funding agencies might use this information or whether it will affect reimbursement, providers need to be concerned about what they are reporting on these schedules. Join BKD as we cover key issues fiscal and calendar year providers should consider when preparing this year’s Consolidated Fiscal Reporting.

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