If you receive a revalidation request from your MAC, it is critical that you respond within 60 days of the postmark date to avoid CMS holding your claims and deactivating your billing capabilities.

CMS provides a safe, secure method for revalidating your enrollment information online in place of the paper CMS-855 form: the Medicare Provider Enrollment, Chain, and Ownership System (PECOS).

Submitting your revalidation via Internet-based PECOS web is the preferred method.

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Missouri Medicaid Audit & Compliance encourages providers and entities to establish and implement compliance integrity plan.

MMAC also encourages providers and entitites to self-disclose or report those findings along with funds to compensate for the errors or a suggested repayment plan, which requires MMAC approval, to the Financial Section of MMAC at the address below: Missouri Medicaid Audit & Compliance Financial Section – SELF DISCLOSURE P. Box 6500 Jefferson City, MO 65102-6500 NOTE: DMH providers wishing to report ISL Variance SHOULD NOT use the Self Disclosure form. In an effort to ensure Provider Initiated Self Disclosures are processed quickly and efficiently please reference the provider initiated Self Disclosure Form.

Medicaid Program Home Medicaid Services Medicaid Reform Medical Assistance Advisory Committee Current Initiatives Contacts Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program Medical Necessity Guideline and Criteria Provider Information Program Integrity CHIP Managed Care Pharmacy Services Rules and Regulations Medicaid State Plan Electronic Data Interchange Client Information Recent Web Updates Click to subscribe Section 6401 of the Affordable Care Act mandates new provider screening and enrollment requirements that State Medicaid agencies must implement.

The requirements can be found in 42 CFR 455 Subpart E-Provider Screening and Enrollment.

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Medicare providers must revalidate their enrollment information with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) every 5 years.

Accordingly, CMS is requiring all providers and suppliers who enrolled before March 25, 2011 to revalidate their Medicare enrollment information by March 23, 2015.

The fastest and most efficient way to submit your revalidation information is via Internet-based PECOS Web .