Medicare enrollment application, EFT authorizations must be reviewed


Is your Medicare enrollment data current?

Providers should check their Medicare enrollment applications (CMS 855S) to make sure the information reported on the application (i.e. their enrollment data) is current. Recently, there has been an increase in providers whose billing privileges have been revoked because their enrollment data is incorrect. Providers are required to report changes in their enrollment data to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The changes that must be reported include changes in ownership, changes in practice location and adverse legal actions.

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