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Printed Date: 9/22/2015
DMEPOS suppliers can use Internet-based PECOS to enroll, make a change in their enrollment record, view their Medicare enrollment information on file with Medicare and check on the status of a Medicare enrollment application via the Internet.
Using Internet-based PECOS
Before you begin to use Internet-based PECOS, you:
Finalizing Submission and Responding to Development Request
After submitting an enrollment application via Internet-based PECOS, you:
Pending paper enrollment application: If a DMEPOS supplier has a pending paper enrollment application, the supplier should not submit an Internet-based PECOS enrollment application for the same enrollment or change of information.
More information: For more information about Internet-based PECOS, including contact information for the External User Services (EUS) help desk, go to CMS' website and select the 'Internet-based PECOS' tab on the left side of screen. The EUS help desk provides assistance to providers and suppliers if they encounter an application navigation or systems problem with Internet-based PECOS.
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Last Updated: 10/09/2017