At some point, all Medicare providers/suppliers will be asked to revalidate Medicare enrollment information. Have you been sent a revalidation request? Not sure where to start? Avoid deactivation of Medicare payments by following these steps to complete the revalidation process.
Find out whether you have been sent a revalidation request by using this search option featured on First Coast’s popular enrollment status lookup. You may search for revalidation requests by clicking the Revalidation letter tab and entering your NPI or your PTAN.
First Coast wants to reassure our providers that provider enrollment revalidations are still on hold. When new information is released, we’ll communicate it on our Provider enrollment revalidation webpage.
Providers due for revalidation will display a revalidation due date; all those not up for revalidation will display "TBD" in the due date field. The due date will be posted up to six months in advance to provide sufficient time for the provider to comply. A crosswalk to the organizations to which the individual provider reassigns benefits will also be available.
Here is more information about Section 6401 (a) of the Affordable Care Act that established a requirement for all enrolled providers and suppliers to revalidate their enrollment information under new enrollment screening criteria.
The CMS sample revalidation letter offers providers the opportunity to see what they can expect to receive when it is time for them to revalidate. Access this sample to be prepared for your revalidation. Do not use this to submit your revalidation early as this will lead to the application being returned.
You can download/export the entire revalidation due date dataset listing of all currently enrolled Medicare providers/suppliers in various formats (e.g., CSV, PDF, XLS, XLSX or XML).
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