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National Supplier Clearinghouse


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Are DMEPOS Suppliers required to the deliver to the beneficiary?12/23/2014
Can a medical practitioner (e.g., nurse practitioner, physician) be located at the same physical address as an enrolled pharmacy?12/23/2014
Can Chiropractors Enroll as DMEPOS Suppliers?12/23/2014
How do I become accredited?12/23/2014
How does an Indian Health Services DMEPOS supplier enroll with the NSC to obtain billing privileges?12/23/2014
How long will it take to process my application?12/23/2014
How should a supplier notify the NSC of their accreditation status?12/23/2014
I am supplying drugs and pharmaceuticals only. What information should I submit to the NSC?12/23/2014
I recently purchased a DMEPOS company that was already accredited. With the change of ownership, is my business still accredited?12/23/2014
Must all physical locations be enrolled individually?12/23/2014
Special Payment Rules Regarding Supplier Standard 1112/23/2014
Surety Bond FAQs12/23/2014
What are the responsibilities of gaseous or liquid oxygen suppliers to continue furnishing products to beneficiaries?12/23/2014
What impact, if any, does a chiropractor partnering with a physician MD/DO group have on DMEPOS enrollment exemptions?12/23/2014
What is accreditation, and why is CMS requiring it for DMEPOS suppliers?12/23/2014
What is considered permanent visible signage in regard to Supplier Standard 7?12/23/2014
What is the difference between supplier standards and quality standards?12/23/2014
Are all DMEPOS suppliers required to be accredited?12/18/2014
Are suppliers required to have beneficiaries sign a document stating they have received warranty information? Will site inspectors look for this signature?12/18/2014
As a manufacturer am I able to enroll as a DMEPOS supplier and bill the Medicare program?12/18/2014
As a supplier, am I required to document all communications with beneficiaries?12/18/2014
Can I operate a durable Medicare equipment company from my home?12/18/2014
Do appeal rights exist for disaffirmed revalidations and reactivations?12/18/2014
How are suppliers chosen to revalidate?12/18/2014
How can I be sure the individual present to conduct the site visit is authorized to do so?12/18/2014
Is my insurance binder sufficient proof of insurance coverage?12/18/2014
Is professional liability insurance and malpractice coverage the same thing?12/18/2014
Once received, how long do I have to complete the revalidation information?12/18/2014
Should my insurance paperwork show the location(s) being insured?12/18/2014
Standard 12 - May I contract delivery and instruction services out to someone else?12/18/2014
What attachments should be submitted for application processing?12/18/2014
What documentation might the site inspector request?12/18/2014
What documentation should be submitted with the revalidation?12/18/2014
What does the inspector look for with regard to inventory?12/18/2014
What individuals may sign the certification statement found in PECOS or section 15 of the CMS 855S?12/18/2014
What IRS documents are acceptable?12/18/2014
What is considered an acceptable contract with regard to purchasing inventory?12/18/2014
What is the definition of a managing employee?12/18/2014
What is the difference between the authorized official and the delegated official?12/18/2014
When will an inspector visit my facility?12/18/2014
Who is required to be included in section 6?12/18/2014
Whom should I contact with Medicare questions?12/18/2014
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