Last Modified: 3/7/2017 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B
How will I know when it’s time for me to revalidate? Should I submit my revalidation application now? (Last modified: 03/07/17)
When will I receive my revalidation request letter? Is there an easy way for my staff to identify the letter? (Last modified: 03/07/17)
Where will First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) mail my revalidation request letter? Will I receive more than one letter?
How long do I have to submit my revalidation application? What will happen if I don’t respond? (Last modified: 03/07/17)
I work for three multi-practice groups, and a separate revalidation request letter was sent to each of the three practice addresses. Do I have to submit three separate enrollment applications (CMS-855I) and three reassignment (CMS-855R) applications?
I practice at multiple hospitals; however, I do not have a physical office location at any of the hospitals. Mail sent to these hospitals is frequently lost. How will I know if I have received a revalidation letter?
If I already receive my Medicare payments electronically, do I have to submit a new electronic funds transfer (EFT) agreement (CMS-588) when I revalidate? What if I receive paper-based payments from Medicare (i.e., checks)? (Last modified: 03/07/17)
When I revalidate, do I need to submit information to First Coast’s electronic data interchange (EDI) department to continue to bill electronically?
I have been enrolled with Medicare for a long time and cannot remember all of the effective dates that were submitted on my original application. What effective dates should I use on the revalidation application? Are the effective dates required to match the effective dates on the original application? (Added: 03/07/17)
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