Accounting for COVID Funds


Critical Access Webinar Series 2020

Course Description:
Government programs have definitely been a needed resource for CAHs during the pandemic and include HHS Provider Relief Funds, CMS Accelerated and Advance Payment Program and the SBA Paycheck Protection Program. Each of these programs has unique attributes that require separate application of accounting treatment and related disclosure considerations. Some components of each program have accounting options that must be assessed and selected. We will cover the accounting guidance that exists within FASB and GASB, as well as recent releases from the AICPA, HFMA, etc. and discuss what you need to be aware of to appropriately account for COVID funds.

Learning objectives: 
Review existing generally accepted accounting principles and interpretations released to date.
Determine situations in which there may be multiple accounting options and review how these may impact your organization.
Develop a plan to track, record and disclose various COVID programs.

Tyler Bernier, CPA, FHFMA | Partner | Eide Bailly
Tyler has over 15 years of experience in public accounting and specializes in the healthcare industry serving all types of healthcare organizations. Tyler serves as the chair of Eide Bailly’s Assurance Practice Healthcare Technical Issues Committee, which analyzes new accounting pronouncements and significant transactions that affect the industry and is a facilitator for numerous technical trainings.

CPE Information
CPE Credits: 
Field of Study: 
Level of Knowledge: Any Level
Delivery Method: 
Group-Internet Based

Additional Information: This is a web-group seminar. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 612.253.6628.

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