DHS Opens Second Round of Applications for Funds to Support Health Care Providers Affected by COVID-19

Starting Friday, September 4 through September 30, the Department of Health Services (DHS) will once again be accepting applications for Wisconsin’s program to provide relief for specific types of health care service providers to offset losses or expenses incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Provider types include: home and community-based service providers, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, emergency medical service providers, and emergency physician independent practice groups.

The funding being used was allotted to the state under the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Read the entire news release on the DHS website.

The DHS CARES Act Provider Payments (CAPP) webpage has more information including the application, eligible provider types, how payments are calculated, and the dates of four webinars to assist in application completion.

Questions regarding the CAPP can be sent to DHSDMSDCPP@dhs.wisconsin.gov