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Temporary License Updating
What is a temporary license? A temporary license is a license that allows a provider to practice medicine in a hospital or other facility until a full license is issued. Some temporary licenses are issued just for teaching hospitals and are good for only a certain period of time.
Providers are allowed to enroll in Medicare with their temporary license. When a provider submits the application with a temporary license, the permanent license needs to be faxed into Provider Enrollment prior to the expiration date of the temporary license. If Noridian does not receive the full license, the provider will not be allowed to submit claims after the temporary license expires.
Fax full license information to: 701-277-7868
For more information regarding licenses, go to Medicare Program Integrity Manual, Chapter 15, Section 188.8.131.52 - Licenses and Certifications, and Recognition
Last Updated Mon, 24 Feb 2020 13:37:06 +0000