Posts Tagged revalidation letter

image_pdfimage_print

Medicare This Week: 11 Stories About Balance Billing, eRX, PQRS, 5010, EHR, and Revalidation

  • Submit Your Medicare Enrollment Application Up to 60 Days Before the Effective Date (jump to story)

  • National Provider Call: Current Status of Medicare FFS Implementation of HIPAA Version 5010 and D.0 – Register Now (jump to story)

  • Medicare Electronic Prescribing Payment Adjustment Hardship Exemption (jump to story)

  • New Data Provides Info on EPs who Participated in the Medicare EHR Incentive Program in 2011 (jump to story)

  • National Provider Call – Physician Quality Reporting System & Electronic Prescribing (jump to story)

  • Additional Information on Home Health Face-to-Face Encounter Requirements (jump to story)

  • Providers who Receive Error Codes H20203 and H45255 Need to Balance Bill (jump to story)

(more…)

Posted in: Medicare & Reimbursement, Medicare This Week, PECOS

Leave a Comment (0) →

CMS Announces Delay in PECOS Use Until January 3, 2011

NOTE: The date has been changed to July 5, 2011.delayed indefinitely.

************************************************************************************

A collective sigh of relief was heard across the land as it was revealed today during the CMS Open Door Forum that the requirement for providers to be enrolled in PECOS has been delayed until January 3, 2011.

Part B MACs (Medicare Administrative Contractors) will be sending revalidation letters to all providers who have not updated their Medicare enrollment since November of 2003, asking them to submit a paper enrollment form or to use the electronic enrollment system PECOS (Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System.) This proactive stance on the part of CMS should help the many managers who have been desperately trying to determine if their providers are in PECOS or not.

An audio recording of today’s call will be available on the ODF website here and will be accessible for downloading on or around Monday March 1, 2010 and available for 30 days.

For automatic emails of Open Door Forum schedule updates (E-Mailing list subscriptions) and to view Frequently Asked Questions click here.

Posted in: Headlines, Medicare & Reimbursement, PECOS

Leave a Comment (0) →