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Posted by Admin Posted on Oct 25 2022

Reimbursement Alert: HHS Extends Public Health Emergency Through January 12

Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra renewed the declaration that a public health emergency exists. This is effective October 13, 2022, and will continue for 90 days pursuant to federal law.


Reminder: Medicare Credit Balance Reports Due

As a reminder, the Medicare Credit Balance Report for the quarter ending September 30th is due by October 30, 2022. If we do not receive a completed CMS-838 form and/or certification page for an individual provider transaction access number (PTAN) timely, we will suspend all claim payments at 100%.

•     Ensure your report is legible and received timely. Don't worry about delivery delays or technical issues with fax transmissions. myCGS allows you to complete and submit the required information electronically and instantly.
•     Receive confirmation. myCGS will send a message to your inbox to confirm receipt of the form.
•     Check status. Once accepted, myCGS will also send a message with a submission ID you can use to check the status.

Avoid suspension of your Medicare payments! Reference the myCGS User Manual (Financial) for step-by-step instructions and submit your Medicare Credit Balance Report in myCGS today!

Click here for complete details from the website.


KY DMS Encourages Providers to Check Their Revalidation Due Date

Once the Public Health Emergency (PHE) is lifted, Providers with a past due revalidation must be brought back in compliance. KY DMS encourages Providers and Credentialing Agents to complete and submit a revalidation as soon as possible. This will allow KY DMS to review and process revalidations in a timely manner.

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