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Last Modified: 9/22/2022 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Voluntary termination

Q: What should be done when leaving an office, closing a private practice, or retiring?
A: You must notify Medicare when voluntarily terminating an enrollment. Voluntary terminations may include:
Leaving a practice or organization (terminating a reassignment)
Closing a private practice
Moving to another state to render services
Any situation where you will no longer render and bill services for a practice or organization
This notification must take place using internet-based PECOS or by completing the appropriate CMS-855 application.
The direct link for each Medicare provider/supplier enrollment application is shown below:
CMS 855B for Clinics/Group practices and Certain Other Suppliers: external pdf file
CMS 855I for Physicians and Non-Physician Practitioners: external pdf file
CMS 855R for Reassignment of Medicare Benefits: external pdf file
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