Provider enrollment news
This special edition article explains the requirements for an unlicensed resident to enroll in Medicare. Effective as soon as possible but no later than June 17, 2018, the Medicare administrative contractor will process Form-855O provider enrollment applications submitted for unlicensed residents. [SE18008]
In accordance with change request 10558, providers and suppliers are required to disclose reportable final adverse legal actions on the CMS-855 or CMS-20134 application and attach required documentation. [MM10558]
This article provides information regarding enforcement of new provider enrollment guidelines for prescribers of Part D covered drugs.
First Coast Service Options’ (First Coast’s) general mailing address for provider enrollment is changing on June 1, 2018. Learn about the new address and other changes to avoid processing delays.
Information you need to know about the CMS-588: ‘Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Authorization Agreement’
This article provides information regarding changes to your banking account information and when you should notify First Coast Service Options of those changes.
Change request 10457 establishes new specialty code D3 for medical genetics and genomics for use in enrolling in Medicare and for claim editing and processing purposes. [MM10457]
Medicare physicians, providers, and suppliers, as well as those who are considering applying to participate in the program, should be aware of certain regulatory changes to the Medicare provider enrollment process. [CR 6310]
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