The only way to get paid from Medicare is to accurately complete PECOS online enrollment and reassignment with forms CMS 855I and 855R – for both existing and new Medicare providers.
Okay, that’s not completely true. You can still submit paper applications to Medicare, but they’re seriously time consuming, and mistakes on paper applications can delay your enrollments by months. In turn, delayed approval means your providers aren’t being paid – not to mention the increased workload for you.
Using the PECOS (provider enrollment, chain and ownership system) online system to submit your Medicare CMS 855I and 855R applications puts an end to manual tracking and significantly decreases your provider enrollment turnaround times. The trick is knowing how to successfully navigate through this useful online system.
This is where credentialing and enrollment expert, Tammy West, MHA/ED, CPMSM, CPCS, can help. During her online training session, Tammy will walk you through how to successfully enroll and reauthorize Medicare providers quickly, efficiently, and with a higher success rate.
Here are just a few of the practical, must-have PECOS application enrollment tactics you’ll receive by ordering this 90-minute online training:
IMPORTANT: Medicare CMS forms 855I and 855R are utilized for providers of outpatient Part B services.
You can cut through the confusion and frustration of submitting your Medicare enrollment and reassignments through PECOS easier than you ever thought possible. By investing just 90 minutes of your time, you can gain the skills you need to master PECOS. Don’t wait, order this must-have online training today.This session is part of a 4-part Credentialing Training. If you'd like to learn more about this series, please click here.
Meet Your Expert: Tammy West, MHA/ED, CPMSM, CPCS
Tammy West is a professional healthcare consultant with extensive experience working in CVOs, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Tammy is dual-certified by the National Association Medical Staff Services (NAMSS) as a Certified Professional Medical Services Management (CPMSM) and Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist (CPCS). Tammy has 23 years healthcare administration experience and 10 years experience in credentials verification and provider enrollment. Prior to becoming a consultant, Tammy managed an NCQA accredited CVO that performed centralized credentials verification, provider enrollment and payer credentialing for a large health system in eastern North Carolina. Tammy has extensive experience with CMS, TJC and NCQA requirements for provider credentialing and medical staff services.
“It was easy to hear and not muffled. it was good no complains or suggestions at this time.”
- Julie Fink, LPN, Hospice of Central Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA
“It was informative. We enjoyed it.”
- Timothy Locklear, Vp of Corporate Affairs, HCC Pharmacy, Raeford, NC
“Screen shots were well done. training session was informational.”
- Tracy Marcotte, Credentialing Specialist, Northeast Georgia Physicians Group and The Heart Center, LLC, Gainsville, GA
“The PowerPoint was good.”
- Nikki White, Credentialing Specialist, Pathways, Inc., Ashland, KY
“Very good information for certain details.”
- Gerald Rostov, Insurance Manager, Apex Integrated Medicine, Chambersburg, PA
“Very good, useful information provided in detail along with images. Information packets provided in advance and webinar followed in order making it easy to follow along and makes notes as needed.”
- Beth Williams, Administrative Assistant/Credentialing, Savannah Plastic Surgery, Savannah, GA
“Very Helpful in completing the application.”
- Joyce Ellison, Practice Manager, Lancaster Retina Specialists, Lancaster, PA
- Connie Brunelle, Director of Physician Recruitment, Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, Glasgow, MT
“Went through step by step. Explained NPPES and I & A well.”
- Kathy Perretta, Credentialing Specialist - Provider Enrollment, Morris Hospital, Morris, IL