It’s that time again for most providers to revalidate your CMS contracts.
– What does CMS really want to know about physician practices to enroll?
– Why do physicians and practitioners have to concern themselves with multiple forms?
– What is this revalidation program?
– What if our group practice is a partnership of professional corporations?
– Why are these CMS 855 forms so long?
– Where can we obtain guidance on how to complete and file these forms?
– How long does it take to enroll a new physician at our clinic?
– Are non-physician practitioners treated different relative to the CMS-855 forms?
– Who should be updating and maintaining our CMS-855 forms at our clinic?
– Why are provider-based clinics different relative to the CMS-855-B?
– How does incident-to billing affect the CMS-855-B?
HRS Can Help You, Call Us:
– To understand the overall process of obtaining and maintaining billing privileges for Medicare
– To appreciate the CMS Form 855-B and the different variations of the CMS-855 forms.
– To review the data elements and information required for the CMS-855-B.
– To understand how the CMS 855-B relates to the other CMS-855 forms, particularly the CMS 855 –I and CMS 855-O.
– To appreciate differing requirements for free-standing and provider-based clinics.
– To recognize the need for CMS to gather appropriate information concerning ownership, management, and operations for billing purposes
– To recognize the need to develop organizational resources to maintain multiple CMS Form 855-B forms.
– To understand how the NPIs and other reporting requirements affect the CMS-855-B.
– To appreciate the use of PECOS for an Internet-based filing of the CMS-855 forms.
– To appreciate current and anticipated changes for maintaining billing privileges with Medicare.
– To work through several case studies involving different organizational structuring.