Medicare requires certain providers and suppliers to revalidate upon request.
Revalidation requires requested providers and suppliers to recertify the accuracy of their enrollment data. While enrolled providers and suppliers are required to report changes in enrollment data to Medicare, this is not always done.
See Medicare Reporting Obligations. With revalidation, Medicare seeks to ensure that the enrollment data is complete and up-to-date, including commonly inaccurate data regarding practice locations, reassignments, and final adverse legal actions.
Revalidation is required in order to maintain billing privileges. Failure to revalidate is grounds for revocation from the program. Likewise, providers or suppliers who report events that affect enrollment eligibility during revalidation may face revocation of their billing privileges.
Providers and suppliers enrolled in
Revalidating medicare enrollment Medicare program are subject to revalidation requests. Providers and suppliers that have opted-out of the program are not subject to revalidation. Providers or suppliers who are required to revalidate will Revalidating medicare enrollment a revalidation notice.
Only providers or suppliers who receive notice of revalidation are required to revalidate. Providers and groups are required to revalidate every five 5
Revalidating medicare enrollment. However, CMS can conduct off-cycle revalidations.
Providers and suppliers required to revalidate will receive notice from their Medicare contractor MAC.
Providers and suppliers will have 60 days to complete the revalidation process. The due date will be in the revalidation notice. Providers and suppliers with Revalidating medicare enrollment and upcoming revalidation requirements may also find their revalidation due date on the Revalidation List at https: Providers and suppliers Revalidating medicare enrollment complete the revalidation by the due date or they may face revocation of their Medicare billing privileges and other sanctions.
Extensions will no longer be issued by MACs. If the MAC reviews the revalidation application and determines that additional information is needed in order to process the revalidation, MAC will request such additional information from the provider or supplier. Providers and suppliers must submit the requested information within 30 days of notice or their Medicare billing privileges will be temporarily suspended.
Upon completion of a revalidation application, MAC will review the revalidation application and determine enrollment eligibility. CMS may inspect a Revalidating medicare enrollment, supplier, or group to determine the accuracy of submitted enrollment information and compliance with enrollment requirements before revalidating. Failure to submit a timely revalidation application or required information may result in deactivation of billing privileges. Providers or suppliers who are deactivated will need to submit a new full CMS application to reactivate their enrollment.
Deactivation will result in a gap in coverage. Payment will not be made for services performed during the deactivation period. Any payments made will be subject to overpayment action. Medicare may also suspend payment on claims pending during the deactivation period.
Our attorneys are highly experienced in Medicare enrollment issues, compliance matters, and Medicare actions. Our attorneys assist providers who have events to report that may affect their Medicare eligibility. We also assist providers and suppliers during revocation and overpayment recovery proceedings, inspections, and appeals.
Our attorneys work with provider and suppliers to ensure they remain compliant with enrollment requirements and help protect their Medicare privileges and reimbursements from adverse determinations and actions.
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