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HRSA uninsured program to stop accepting claims for testing and vaccination

With the Health Resources & Services Administration without the $22.5 billion in emergency funding it had requested, there are expected to be significant disruptions to programs administered by HRSA and other COVID-19 response efforts. The lack of funding comes at a critical time as a new hybrid variant of COVID-19 emerges in the United States and Europe.

As a result of the lack of funding, providers will soon be prohibited from submitting claims to HRSA for testing, treatment, and vaccination. Starting March 22, HRSA will stop accepting new claims for testing and treatment and on April 5, HRSA will stop accepting vaccination claims.

Click here to learn more about what providers can do and how this lack of funding will impact uninsured patients.