Last Modified: 12/24/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A
Provider statistical and reimbursement (PS&R) report registration FAQs
Where can I obtain a complete list of the documentation required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for Enterprise Identity Management system (EIDM) registration?
If I only use the provider statistical and reimbursement (PS&R) reports once a year, do I still need to register in EIDM?
I have one tax identification number (TIN) number for multiple facilities; can I register all of the facilities in EIDM?
Do I need to submit another Internal Revenue Service (IRS) document if I register another organization with the same legal business name and tax ID number?
If I am a home office that manages numerous facilities, do I need to register as an end user for each of the facilities in EIDM?
I have already registered in EIDM, but I have forgotten my password, who should I contact to have it reset?
External User Services (EUS) help
What should I do if my organization is not shown in the pick list during the EIDM registration process?
How do I register another provider in EIDM with the same legal business name and tax identification number (TIN)?
What is the minimum number of authentication questions that I am required to answer during EIDM registration?
Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) help
Does the MAC have the ability to track my EIDM registration process and to help me resolve registration issues?
If I am having difficulty registering and need my PS&R reports quickly, can the MAC send me the reports?
PS&R request help
I have access to the PS&R system, but I don’t see my provider number(s) on the pick list, who should I contact?
I have access to the PS&R system but I am seeing providers on my pick list that do not belong to my organization, who do I contact to correct this problem?
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