Enrollment Revocation Decision Tree

Are you a Part A provider?

   

Do you want to submit a Corrective Action Plan (CAP)?

For more information on the definition and requirements of a CAP request, visit the Provider Enrollment Appeals Process page

   

Is the postmark date of the revocation letter within 30 days from today's date?

   

Do you have CAP rights listed in the letter?

It is found directly after the revocation reason on the revocation letter.

   

A CAP cannot be submitted but you may submit a Reconsideration.

A CAP cannot be submitted but you may submit a Reconsideration.

Do you want to Submit a Reconsideration?

   

Is the postmark date of the letter within 60 days of today's date?

   

Contact the Enrollment Contact Center or review the Provider Enrollment webpage.

Submit a CAP, signed and dated by an Authorized/Delegated official or legal representative, to CMS address:

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Provider Enrollment & Oversight Group
7500 Security Blvd
Mailstop: AR-18-50
Baltimore MD 21244-1850

 

The CAP must be received before the 30th day (from the postmark date of the revocation letter) is exceeded.

Submit a Reconsideration, signed and dated by an Authorized/Delegated official or legal representative, to CMS address:

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Provider Enrollment & Oversight Group
7500 Security Blvd
Mailstop: AR-18-50
Baltimore MD 21244-1850

 

The Reconsideration must be received before the 60th day (from the postmark date of the revocation letter) is exceeded.

It is too late to submit a Reconsideration.

 

Last Updated Oct 16, 2017