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See Which Providers Received the Most CARES Act Relief Fund Payments

Analysis  |  By Jack O'Brien  
   May 08, 2020

Dignity Health, the Cleveland Clinic, and Stanford Health Care all received over $100 million, according to HRSA.

The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) released a list of the provider organizations that received payments from the Provider Relief Fund created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

The $2.2 trillion stimulus package signed by President Donald Trump in late March provided $175 billion to hospitals and health systems in light of the economic damage created by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

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This week, HRSA released a dataset of the providers that have received a payment from the $50 billion General Distribution of the Provider Relief Fund as of Monday, May 4. Funds were distributed to hospitals and health systems based on "eligible providers' share of net patient revenue," according to HRSA.

Dignity Health, the Cleveland Clinic, and Stanford Health Care were the only organizations to receive over $100 million in payments from the Relief Fund.

Below is a breakdown of provider organizations that have received more than $30 million in Relief Fund payments from the federal government:

Received between $50M to $99M:

  • Memorial Hermann Health System, $92,422,556 
  • NYU Langone Hospitals, $92,120,455 
  • County Of Los Angeles, $80,867,712 
  • HMH Hospitals Corporation, $76,839,719 
  • Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute, $67,343,375 
  • Memorial Hospital For Cancer And Allied Diseases, $64,048,724 
  • Massachusetts General, $58,076,206 
  • Yale New Haven Hospital, $54,994,143 
  • Ohio Health Corporation, $53,810,332 
  • Allina Health System, $53,596,403 
  • Texas Oncology Pa, $52,039,485 

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Received between $40M to $49M:

  • Inova Health Care Services, $49,179,728
  • Duke University Health System, $47,998,634
  • Lincare Inc, $46,912,438
  • Orlando Health, $46,384,057
  • Multicare Health System, $46,167,994
  • New York City Health And Hospitals Corporation, $45,537,948
  • Regents Of The University Of California, $45,536,634
  • Brigham & Womens Hospital Inc, $45,148,097
  • University Of Kansas Hospital Authority, $44,295,891
  • Spectrum Health Hospitals, S$43,902,548
  • University Of Rochester, $43,813,351
  • Regents Of The University Of Michigan, $42,647,046
  • University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, $41,998,365
  • Sentara Hospitals, $41,901,820
  • Accredo Health Group Inc, $40,913,020
  • South Broward Hospital District, $40,218,534

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Received between $30M to $39M:

  • Lehigh Valley Hospital, $39,417,817
  • UCSD Medical Center, $39,206,024
  • Norton Hospitals Inc, $38,967,185
  • University Of Utah, $38,704,232
  • The Methodist Hospital, $38,406,580
  • Prisma Health-Upstate, $38,182,241
  • Rush University Medical Center, $37,087,688
  • Montefiore Medical Center, $36,893,063
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center, $36,417,034
  • The University Of Chicago Medical Center, $35,925,481
  • Christiana Care Health Services Inc, $35,618,488
  • West Penn Allegheny Health System, $35,351,987
  • SSM Health Care St Louis, $34,931,468
  • State University Of Iowa, $34,754,656
  • Nyu Winthrop Hospital, $33,812,553
  • Trustees Of The University Of Pennsylvania, $33,309,540
  • Fresno Community Hospital And Medical Center, $33,030,945
  • Nationwide Children'S Hospital, $32,311,564
  • North Shore University Hospital, $32,183,293
  • Barnes Jewish Hospital, $31,699,737
  • St Lukes Regional Medical Center, $31,407,620
  • Fairview Health Services, $31,383,885
  • Northshore University Healthsystem, $31,236,704
  • Swedish Medical Center, $31,201,140
  • University Of Alabama At Birmingham, $30,968,283

For a full list of the provider organizations that have received HRSA Relief Fund payments, review the general allocation dataset here.

Jack O'Brien is the Content Team Lead and Finance Editor at HealthLeaders, an HCPro brand.

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