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Last Modified: 10/4/2022 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Where do my additional documentation requests (ADR) letters and medical review (MR) correspondence go?

Q: Where do my additional documentation requests (ADR) letters and medical review (MR) correspondence go?
A: The ADR/development letter is mailed to a provider’s practice address on file with Medicare.
For individual providers rendering services in large facilities such as hospitals, the ADR letter may be misdirected and/or not received in a timely manner by the appropriate department and/or individual provider.
Providers in these situations may request First Coast to mail all correspondence (including ADRs) to the “pay-to” address listed on their Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership (PECOS) file.
Additional information for change of address, change of information, or other enrollment information can be found here: Provider/supplier enrollment applications
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