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MMSEA Section 111 CMS Update- 07/08/2010

CMS has provided the following updates: http://www.cms.gov/mandatoryinsrep/04_whats_new.asp
July 7, 2010 – All of the documents noted below are located in the Downloads area of the respective section page.

GHP Section Page
Posted the revised GHP User Guide, V3.1, dated June 25, 2010

GHP Transcripts Section Page
Posted the June 24, 2010 Town Hall Teleconference transcript.

NGHP Transcript Section Page
Posted the June 10, 2010 Town Hall Teleconference transcript.

Reporting Do’s and Don’ts Section Page
Added a bullet under File Submission titled, “Insurer TINs”.

MMSEA 111 Alerts Section Page
Posted the June 14, 2010 – Alert -RRE ID Accountability and Other Registration Information.

NGHP Alerts Section Page
Posted the May 25, 2010 – Alert – New Direct data Entry (DDE) Option for Liability Insurance(Including Self-Insurance), No-Fault Insurance and Workers’ Compensation.

GHP Alerts Section Page
Posted the June 14, 2010 Alert – Employer Pseudo TIN Use No Longer Permitted.

Posted the May 28, 2010 – Alert- GHP RREs: MMSEA Section 111 Reporting For HRA Coverage.

Please Note: Most of the 2009 NGHP Written and Audio Transcripts have been moved and are available on the Mandatory Insurer Reporting section page. We are continually transitioning documents to their respective section page (i.e. NGHP Alert or GHP Alert) to improve document accessibility.

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