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Provider Enrollment

Learn how to enroll as a Medicare provider for the first time, including how to take the Internet-based PECOS fast track to expedite your application, required documentation to support your enrollment eligibility, and how to quickly check your application’s status.
more Check application status: Search by CCN or Search by PECOS tracking ID
Learn how to use this versatile tool to check the status of all active enrollment applications, a single application, or confirm a revalidation request.
more Check your application status: New providers:
more Check your application status: Existing providers:
Existing providers: Updates or revalidations
Learn how to update your official enrollment record in Internet-based PECOS, submit a change of address, obtain a lost PTAN, check to see if you have been sent a revalidation request, and learn the status of your application.
more Check application status -- Search by: CCN, NPI and PTAN, or PECOS tracking ID
Read important news and information about provider enrollment.
Modified: 10/22/2015
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) finalized new rules requiring physicians and professionals who write prescriptions for Part D drugs to be enrolled in an approved status or have a valid opt-out affidavit for their prescriptions to be covered by Medicare. CMS revised this article October 20, 2015, to change the enforcement of the Part D prescriber enrollment requirement to June 1, 2016. All other information remains the same. [SE1434]
Provider Enrollment contact information
Find the contacts you need to answer your questions about the enrollment process and Internet-based PECOS.
more Provider enrollment contact information: Part A
more Provider enrollment contact information: Part B
Learn how to apply for your NPI, search the NPI registry, and update your records in the National Plan & Provider Enumeration System (NPPES).
Review a list of physicians and practitioners who have chosen to opt out of the Medicare Part B program as well as the specific rules pertaining to those who enter into private contracts with beneficiaries.
Learn how to confirm a provider’s eligibility to order and refer services and items that will be furnished and billed by another provider or supplier.
more Download Medicare Part A ordering/referring report external link -- Part A listings include providers who are part of a Home Health Agency since a HHA is only Part A. Part A HHAs will only be able to report the NPI of a physician.
more Download Medicare Part B ordering/referring report external link -- Part B listings include non-physician types (PA, NP, LCSW, PhD, CNS, and CNMs) while Part A listing is only physicians.
Find the answers to your questions about provider enrollment, revalidation, ordering/referring, and EFT agreements.
Learn about the revalidation process, including confirming a request, responding to a request, and helpful tips.
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) strives to ensure that the information available on our provider website is accurate, detailed, and current. Therefore, this is a dynamic site and its content changes daily. It is best to access the site to ensure you have the most current information rather than printing articles or forms that may become obsolete without notice.