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Last Modified: 5/25/2022 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Ordering provider enrollment

Q: I am an ordering and certifying provider already enrolled in one state. What should I do to update my information if I move to another state?
A: For providers that enroll solely to order or refer services using the CMS-855O, it is a national enrollment. When you relocate to another state, you are not required to dis-enroll from the current state and re-enroll in the new state. The contractor that maintains your CMS-855O enrollment in PECOS is responsible for processing changes of information, including relocating to a state outside of their jurisdiction.
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