Medicare Revalidations are back in full-force after a brief pause during the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic. All healthcare providers and suppliers are required to revalidate their Medicare enrollment every 3-5 years per CMS’ request.
Have you received Medicare notice to revalidate? Don’t make the mistake of letting your Medicare provider revalidation deadlines pass. Missing even one revalidation deadline can have significant financial consequences to your practice. Medicare can even deactivate your providers from providing services to their patients.
The problem is that CMS’ Medicare provider revalidation rules are confusing, and there are a million ways to take a wrong turn. You could miss a deadline, fail to complete your online PECOS application, incorrectly set up your surrogacy account, fail to establish an Identify and Access (I&A) link with PECOS, etc. All of these missteps could have the direct consequence of your provider losing their status as a Medicare provider.
But, with a little help you can make revalidating your providers with Medicare faster and easier than you ever thought possible. This is where we can assist and walk you through how to ensure your Medicare provider revalidations are done right every time.
Here are just a few of the practical, step-by-step Medicare provider revalidations advice:
- Avoid missing essential CMS deadlines and maintain your provider’s Medicare status
- Identify whether you are on a three-year or five-year revalidation cycle
- Master how I&A, PECOS and Medicare revalidations are linked to speed up the process
- Prevent common enrollment errors that will impact your provider’s ability to bill Medicare
- Comply with Medicare’s surrogacy designation rule to ensure timely approval
- Master Medicare’s Revalidation Lookup Tool to more easily manage your revalidations
- And so much more…
If you have any questions, please contact:
- Florence Ng – email@example.com
As always, we are happy to walk you through the Medicare provider revalidation process every step of the way and discuss any questions that you may have and look forward to working with you.