Let PracticeForces Do Your Mandatory Medicare Revalidation Process

Posted by Team PracticeForces on Jan 22 2015

Medicare_RevalidationMandatory Medicare revalidation is an important yet time-consuming task PracticeForces can help you take care of. Read this short, informative article and understand how we can help your practice for an affordbale one-off fee.

What's happening?

The Affordable Care Act Section 6401 (a) mandates all healthcare providers (and suppliers) who accept Medicare patients to revalidate their Medicare enrollment records based on new enrollment screening standards.

This requirement is only applicable to physicians who enrolled with Medicare before March 23, 2011. Physicians who enrolled with Medicare after this date won’t need to go through Medicare revalidation.

What to expect

Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) will officially notify each physician with the revalidation details and a request to start the credentialing process. Physicians cannot send their revalidation paperwork until they receive a notice from an MAC, at which point physicians have 60 days to respond.

Approximately 300,000 healthcare providers and suppliers have to revalidate their Medicare enrollment data, based on The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS). MACs will regularly send out notices from now to March 23, 2015, so the final deadline for the Medicare revalidation initiative is May 2015.

How PracticeForces can help physicians manage their mandatory Medicare revalidation process

As a physician who is incredibly busy providing top-notch medical care and managing the day-to-day operations of the practice, you don’t have to add the Medicare revalidation process to your long to-do list as one more item to worry about. Let us handle it for you!

At PracticeForces we are authorized to input and update information in the Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System (PECOS) for you and your practice. We are also able to enter the most current information on your practice in the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) and the Meaningful Use portal for registration and attestation.

PracticeForce's Medicare Revalidation Service costs $1250. If you respond by 02/28/2015, you will receive a $500 discount! Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity.

What we'll need from you:

  1. Your NPI user name and password, or we may need to create a staff login for PracticeForces within the account management section of the PECOS System with a delegation of PECOS rights.
  2. Applicable documents for physicians who need to do Medicare revalidation, such as current driving and medical licenses; a Medicare bank voided check; and an address with contact information in the bank.
  3. Physician’s DOB, location of birth, social security number, and a home phone/address with zip code.

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Topics: Medicare, Revalidation Request

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