COVID-19 Federal Funds Reporting to Texas HHSC


The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (“HHSC”) is required to collect information regarding COVID-19-related federal funds. HHSC must report this information publicly. Starting in 2024, associations can report the required information on behalf of their members.

The Texas Hospital Association (“THA”) is willing to submit this required information to HHSC, on behalf THA member hospitals which have no funds to report during the relevant reporting period. THA can and will only report on behalf of those THA member hospitals with no relevant funds to report.

If your applicable hospital or system meets this zero-fund requirement and would like THA to report this information to HHSC as might be required, please click the link below. This link will direct you to a page for you to provide THA with the information necessary for THA to submit these zero-fund reports, as necessary, and pursuant to the terms and conditions below.


By providing your information, you are designating THA as your institution’s “authorized representative” pursuant to 1 TAC §355.7201 for semi-annual reports required by the 2024-25 General Appropriations Act, House Bill 1, 88th Legislature, Regular Session, 2023 (Article II, HHSC, Rider 150). You attest that your facility or system is an active THA member in good standing, during any period where THA may submit relevant information to HHSC on your behalf. You also attest that as of September 1, 2023 your facility or system has received no COVID-19-related federal funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (15 U.S.C. §9001 et seq.), the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. No. 116-260), and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (Pub. L. No. 117-2)

THA will make no determination as to what information your facility or system should report. THA is providing this service as a member benefit, is not charging an additional fee, and is not generating any additional funds or profit for this service. THA will only report a version of “no funds to report” for members that submit the appropriate information to THA, as set forth herein. THA will not report any other information.

Your participation indicates your agreement to THA’s reporting on your behalf, and your agreement that THA will have no liability for failures or inaccuracies in submitted information or for any penalties your facility or system might incur. THA will not verify information and disclaims any liability connected with this reporting requirement. Furthermore, if you receive any COVID-19-related federal funds and no longer meet the zero-funds requirement, you are responsible for notifying THA in writing, rescinding THA as your authorized representative, and reporting any COVID-19-related federal funds on your own behalf.

For the Rider 150 form below, the submission deadline is Monday, Aug. 26, 2024, in order to meet the HHSC report deadline of Sept. 1, 2024. Please contact Anna Stelter if you have questions or concerns about the form.

Rider 150 Form

Provider Information

Is your institution a hospital or hospital system under Civil Practice and Remedies Code Section 74.001?(Required)
Only THA member hospitals may designate THA as their authorized representative. THA will not report on behalf of nursing facilities.
Provider Address(Required)
Primary Contact(Required)
Must be an employee of the hospital or system.
Exactly six digits. Include leading zeroes if applicable. If designating for multiple facilities, list all license numbers separated by a comma.
If designating for multiple facilities, list all NPIs separated by a comma.