Provider Relief Fund Reporting Requirements Office Hours- 10.2.2020

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October 2, 2020 AHCA/NCAL hosted “office hour” to provide up-to-date answers to questions about provider relief fund reporting requirements based upon available information and interpretation. To date, HHS only has released six pages of guidance and we await a reporting template, HHS case examples, and webinar trainings.  HHS continues to update these requirements, resulting in confusion about what is expected of providers. Mike Cheek, SVP of Reimbursement Policy, will provide an updated overview of the requirements and answer your questions. Please note, further updates and revisions to the requirements are expected to continue to be made. 


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Mike Cheek

Senior Vice President, Reimbursement Policy and Legal Affairs, AHCA

Mike Cheek is the Senior Vice President for Reimbursement Policy and Legal Affairs. Before joining AHCA/NCAL, Mike was the long term care director for the District of Columbia Medicaid agency in the Fenty administration. Before joining AHCA/NCAL, Mike also worked as a consultant at The Lewin Group and Avalere Health with clients such as health plans, post-acute and long term care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and states. Mike also worked extensively with state agencies. He was the deputy director with the association of state aging agencies and was the lead staff person on eligibility and long term care with the National Association of Medicaid Directors. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science from the College of William and Mary.

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