The postponed Medicare reporting requirement: what you need to know

Tisdale III, H. Bernard; Parson, Dorothy D.
February 2011
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The article reports on the postponement of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' (CMD) requirement for employers to report employees entitled to Medicare benefits in the U.S. It sates that the CMD has extended the reporting deadline of Medicare payments using the Responsible Reporting Entity (RRE). Furthermore, the CMS reminds employers that RREs should be registered a full calendar quarter before the obligation to submit reports.


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