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Last Modified: 2/22/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A

Can the MAC send a PS&R report FAQ

Q. If I am having difficulty registering and need my provider statistical & reimbursement (PS&R) reports quickly. Can the Medicare administrative contractor (MAC) send me the reports?
A. MACs are no longer required to send PS&R reports to providers unless specifically instructed to do so by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Providers are required to register in individuals authorized access to CMS computer services (EIDM) and to obtain their PS&R reports via the Internet.
Providers are reminded to start the EIDM registration process at least 60 days prior to their cost report due date.
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