Providers and suppliers required to revalidate will receive notice from their Medicare contractor (MAC). Notices are sent via email or mail to the provider or supplier’s special payment and correspondence address on file with Medicare. DMEPOS will receive notice via the National Supplier Clearinghouse (NSC). Providers and suppliers will have 60 days to complete the revalidation process. The due date will be in the revalidation notice. Providers and suppliers with current and upcoming revalidation requirements may also find their revalidation due date at the CMS Revalidation List.
Revalidation applications should be submitted via PECOS or mailing a copy of the enrollment application to the appropriate MAC. Providers and suppliers must complete the revalidation by the due date or they may face revocation of their Medicare billing privileges and other sanctions. Extensions will no longer be issued by MACs.
If the MAC reviews the revalidation application and determines that additional information is needed in order to process the revalidation, MAC will request such additional information from the provider or supplier.
Providers and suppliers must submit the requested information within 30 days of notice or their Medicare billing privileges will be temporarily suspended.
Upon completion of a revalidation application, MAC will review the revalidation application and determine enrollment eligibility. If MAC determines that the provider or supplier does not meet all requirements for enrollment, they can revoke the provider or supplier’s billing privileges.