The letter of agency (LOA) provides written authorization to the project coordinator of a consortium to act on behalf of each participating health care provider (HCP) or health system not owned or operated by the consortium or organization operating the consortium. The LOA should be addressed to the project coordinator for the consortium leader.
To learn more, visit the Letter of Agency page.
The letter of exemption (LOE) provides written authorization to the project coordinator of a consortium to file for sites owned and operated by the consortium. The LOE should be addressed to "USAC review staff" or "to whom it may concern."
To learn more, visit the Letter of Exemption page.
The third party authorization (TPA) provides written authorization to a third party/consultant to complete and submit forms on behalf of the health care provider (HCP) or consortium for the HCF Program.
To learn more, visit the Third Party Authorization page.