Are Hospitals That Conform to the Pandemic Narrative Monetarily Rewarded?

Doing as they are told by the Biden Administration regarding the COVID narrative can be quite lucrative for some hospitals across the US.

So far, Health and Human Services has shelled out more than $21 billion in taxpayer funds directly to providers that come to heel and fall in line with mandates and meet other pandemic criteria.

On April 13, 2022 an additional round of funding worth $1.75 billion was dispersed to 3,680 healthcare providers.

The payments, sent by the HHS Health Resources and Services Administration, were given to providers based on changes in operating revenue and expenses from July 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021. 

Below is a breakdown of how much funding providers in each state and territory received from the $1.75 billion and the total number of providers receiving payments, according to the Health Resources and Services Administration. 

Alabama
Payments to providers: $15.91 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 32

Alaska
Payments to providers: $2.95 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 22

Arizona
Payments to providers: $46.52 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 67

Arkansas
Payments to providers: $1.02 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 17

California
Payments to providers: $298.38 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 631

Colorado
Payments to providers: $28.95 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 50

Connecticut
Payments to providers: $5.54 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 33

Delaware
Payments to providers: $252,262 
Number of providers receiving payments: 6

Florida 
Payments to providers: $49.31 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 234

Georgia
Payments to providers: $32.05 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 87 

Guam 
Payments to providers: $41.21 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 2

Hawaii
Payments to providers: $41.64 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 14

Idaho
Payments to providers: $1.77 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 3

Illinois
Payments to providers: $50.56 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 156

Indiana
Payments to providers: $15.49 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 21

Iowa
Payments to providers: $35.84 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 19 

Kansas
Payments to providers: $3.61 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 23

Kentucky 
Payments to providers: $37.22 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 49 

Louisiana
Payments to providers: $83.45 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 56

Maine
Payments to providers: $7.75 million
Number of providers receiving payments: 13

Maryland
Payments to providers: $9.96 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 91 

Massachusetts
Payments to providers: $67.72 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 65 

Michigan
Payments to providers: $31.95 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 113

Minnesota
Payments to providers: $19.13 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 62

Mississippi
Payments to providers: $2.07 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 33

Missouri
Payments to providers: $34.86 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 40 

Montana
Payments to providers: $16.06 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 19

Nebraska
Payments to providers: $2.14 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 19 

Nevada
Payments to providers: $23.51 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 37 

New Hampshire
Payments to providers: $12.42 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 12

New Jersey 
Payments to providers: $59.73 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 133

New Mexico
Payments to providers: $654,331
Number of providers receiving payments: 9

New York
Payments to providers: $127.9 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 313

North Carolina
Payments to providers: $20.99 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 74 

North Dakota
Payments to providers: $347,234
Number of providers receiving payments: 9

Northern Mariana Islands
Payments to providers: $68,531 
Number of providers receiving payments: 1

Ohio 
Payments to providers: $47.67 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 128 

Oklahoma
Payments to providers: $5.94 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 45

Oregon
Payments to providers: $12.27 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 37

Pennsylvania
Payments to providers: $31.92 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 116 

Puerto Rico
Payments to providers: $2.64 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 40

Rhode Island
Payments to providers: $514,340 
Number of providers receiving payments: 8

South Carolina
Payments to providers: $77.33 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 38

South Dakota
Payments to providers: $191,160
Number of providers receiving payments: 7

Tennessee
Payments to providers: $46.56 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 95

Texas
Payments to providers: $154.1 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 333

Utah
Payments to providers: $1.22 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 18

Vermont
Payments to providers: $20.31 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 6

Virgin Islands
Payments to providers: $1.5 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 2

Virginia
Payments to providers: $48 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 80 

Washington 
Payments to providers: $27.86 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 79 

Washington, D.C.
Payments to providers: $873,832 
Number of providers receiving payments: 13

West Virginia
Payments to providers: $8.28 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 12

Wisconsin
Payments to providers: $37.52 million 
Number of providers receiving payments: 50

Wyoming
Payments to providers: $613,043
Number of providers receiving payments: 8

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13 thoughts on “Are Hospitals That Conform to the Pandemic Narrative Monetarily Rewarded?

  1. Good reporting and digging Jack. My wife worked as a nurse during the pandemic and heard a lot of this. Each hospital got a set amount for a patient death if was diagnosed as Covid related, so even though the patient didn’t die from Covid, if they tested positive, the check was cut. The entire thing is a huge scam on the American public.

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      1. Yes, we came home the week before. There was one burning while we were there, between Ruidoso and Cloudcroft, but it was extinguished. The wind blew like a hurricane day and night so downed power lines were most likely the cause. We have been going there for 20 years and never saw wind as fierce.

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  2. Dr. Ioannidis, an Epidemiologist of note, said that many people died because they were admitted to the hospital when they didn’t need to be. I have indexed the included video to 1:11:47 or Index the video to that part if Indexing doesn’t work. He talks for a few minutes before the mention of people admitted to hospitals that did not need to be, and people intubated that did not need to be, and that may have killed needlessly.

    Prof. John P.A. Ioannidis talk on “COVID-19 epidemiology: risks, measures, and ending the pandemic”

    But ramming people into hospitals and putting them on aggressive treatments, indiscriminately, to collect federal dollars, especially since Elective Surgeries, the big money makers for the hospitals, were canceled, may have made the pandemic seem worse than it should have been.

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    1. In Germany, such methods have been the order of the day since 2005 (former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, SPD and Joschka Fischer, The Greens). The “Agenda 2010” made such practices possible in the first place.

      Just now, another case of large-scale billing fraud among dentists has become known. What has become known is an exaggeration; the media avoid reporting on it.

      They also avoid reporting that doctors’ offices and hospitals are full of foreigners from all over the world, and our health care system is running on credit, as everything in Germany is financed only with loans or printed money.

      All this cannot go well.

      Translated with http://www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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  3. Is there documented evidence of hospitals in Tulsa Oklahoma and medical providers receiving these payments. If so which hospitals and which doctors received payments. Thank you for any information. Claude Abbott

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