|Q:||How does the revalidation of Provider Enrollment Information Process work?|
When you receive your revalidation notice, you must respond either through internet-based PECOS, which is the most efficient way, or by completing the appropriate 855 application form. The first set of revalidation letters were sent Medicare providers who are actively billing and who were not in PECOS. The letter will go to the primary practice or special payment address if you are not listed in PECOS. If you are listed in PECOS, the letter will be sent to the special payments and correspondence addresses simultaneously. If those addresses are the same, CMS will send one to the primary practice address as well.
If you are not listed in PECOS and have not received a revalidation letter, we suggest that you contact your Medicare contractor. If you are an institutional provider and deemed by CMS to pay a fee for your revalidation, you can submit your fee by ACH debit or credit card. Your revalidation won’t be processed until payment has been made. Don’t forget to submit the Certification Statement along with your receipt of payment.
Read more by visiting our blog: The Revalidation of Provider Enrollment Information?