Standard #1 of the Medicare DMEPOS Supplier Standards states that 'a supplier must be in compliance with all applicable federal and state licensure and regulatory requirements.'
Disclaimer: This licensure directory is only a guide. The various state boards or regulating agencies have the final determination as to what license is or is not required. It is the supplier’s responsibility to ensure they are in compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations.
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This document contains the licensure requirements for each state as it pertains to the National Supplier Clearinghouse. New
-When looking at the database, if you see a dot in the column, that means “yes”. If the dot is located in the Verify Online column, that is a link that you can click to go to the website to verify information.
-The Required for Pharmacies column will state whether or not a certain license is required for licensed pharmacies. If there is no dot present, that specific license is not required for licensed pharmacies.
-If “See Notes” appears in the Notes column on the database, it is imperative that you read the note associated with that license. There may be specific exemptions or other important information regarding the license noted.
-This database is product and service driven and not supplier specialty driven. The accreditation codes are also noted with the products/services for your convenience.
Note: In the case of home based businesses, the supplier is responsible for ensuring they are compliant with local ordinances regarding a home based business.
View your DMEPOS State License Directory.
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