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Change of Ownership - Contract Supplier Notification Form
Per Article V of the DMEPOS competitive bidding contract and 414.422(d)(1), a contract supplier is obligated to notify CMS at least 60 calendar days before the anticipated date of a change of ownership (CHOW). Contract suppliers should provide the information contained on this form. Failure to notify CMS may result in a breach of contract. Please refer to the CHOW fact sheet for more detailed information and instructions.
Change of Ownership - Purchaser Form
Purchasers of contract suppliers may request the transfer of a contract as part of a change of ownership transaction. A Purchaser should provide all information on this form and the required documentation outlined in the Change of Ownership (CHOW) fact sheet at least 30 calendar days before the effective date of the CHOW.
Contract Supplier Change of Information Form
Contract Suppliers may request to change the authorized official (AO), add or remove a backup authorized official (BAO), change an e-mail address or phone number for an AO or BAO, or add/update a toll-free number for the Supplier Directory on the Medicare website.
Contract Supplier Location Update Form
Contract suppliers may request that locations be added to or removed from their contracts. Additions or removals may be requested at any time. All requests are subject to approval by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Form C
Form C is a quarterly report that contract suppliers are required under the terms of the contract to submit to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The report collects the brands of competitively bid items contract suppliers plan to offer during the next quarter.
Subcontractor Disclosure Form
The Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008 (MIPPA) requires contract suppliers to disclose to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) information regarding their subcontracting relationships.

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