Last Modified: 4/5/2013 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part B
Part B: Provider enrollment FAQs
I used the Internet-based Provider Enrollment Chain and Ownership System (PECOS) to enroll online. When do I need to send my certification statement and supporting documentation to my assigned Medicare contractor?
How do I change my address or update other provider enrollment information (e.g., practice name or change of ownership)?
I submitted an application to change my address. What should I do to check the status of my enrollment application?
What is the provider’s legal business name that should appear on CMS-855 Medicare enrollment applications?
What are the differences in completing Section 4 of a CMS 855I application for a sole proprietor versus a sole owner?
As an established provider with Medicare who receives paper checks, does an EFT Agreement need to be included when I submit a change to my provider enrollment file?
If I previously enrolled with Medicare and have an active provider transaction access number (PTAN) but I am unsure what it is, how would I obtain my PTAN from First Coast?
A group has three practice locations and two of those practice locations are changing addresses and will have their own Type 2 Organization National Provider Identifier (NPI). What needs to be done to update the enrollment information, and how should claims be submitted that were generated with the old Type 2 Organization NPI?
I just received a revalidation request letter from First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast). Where can I find more information regarding the provider revalidation process and how to properly respond to a revalidation request?
What does Medicare consider to be “reportable event” (with regard to the provider/supplier’s enrollment record)? How long does a provider/supplier have to notify their Medicare administrative contractor (MAC) of the event?