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Signature requirement guidelines

Modified: 10/1/2022
Medicare signature requirements sample signature log and sample signature attestation statement. [CR 6698]
Modified: 9/28/2022
CMS requires that any Medicare service provided or ordered must be authenticated by the author -- the one who provided or ordered that service. This article outlines acceptable forms of authentication. [CR 6698]
Modified: 9/3/2022
When a medical reviewer contacts the provider requesting to submit an attestation statement or signature log to authenticate a medical record, the provider must submit the attestation statement or signature log within 20-calendar days. [CR 6698]
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