Last Modified: 3/13/2017 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A
Part A: Provider enrollment FAQs
I created an application in Internet-based PECOS but never submitted it. That application is now no longer needed. What should I do?
More PECOS FAQs
Miscellaneous forms and documentation
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?
How do I change my address or update other provider enrollment information (e.g., practice name or change of ownership)?
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?
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?
If a provider/supplier establishes a new practice, opens a new facility, or closes/changes the address of an existing practice/facility, how long does the provider/supplier have to inform Medicare of the “reportable event”? How should the change be reported?
Application submission and processing
I submitted an application to change my address. What should I do to check the status of my enrollment application?
Where can I find more information on provider enrollment?
Provider enrollment on the First Coast website
Medicare Provider-Supplier Enrollment on the CMS website
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.