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The recently enacted "Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act" amended the repayment terms for the Expanded Accelerated and Advance Payments (AAP) Program. Accordingly, repayment of any AAP will now begin one (1) year from the issuance date of the AAP. No action is necessary from providers. This repayment process will begin automatically. The repayment terms as amended by Congress are as follows:
Palmetto GBA will issue letters to any provider or facility that received an APP with full details regarding repayment of their accelerated or advanced payment. The letter will include a list of the provider’s accelerated or advance payment(s), including the amount(s), the date(s) that repayment will begin, and the related Accounts Receivable (AR) number(s). If a provider received accelerated or advance payment(s) in multiple disbursements, each disbursement amount will be listed, along with the corresponding date that repayment for each disbursement will begin.
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