Medicare mass immunizer

What is a mass immunizer?

As used by CMS, the term “mass immunizer” is defined in the following manner:

• A mass immunizer generally offers flu and/or PPV vaccinations to a large number of individuals (the general public or members of a specific group, such as residents of a retirement community).
 
• A mass immunizer may be a traditional Medicare provider or supplier such as a hospital outpatient department or may be a nontraditional provider or supplier such as a senior citizen’s center, a public health clinic, community pharmacy or supermarket.

• A mass immunizer submits claims for immunizations on roster bills.

• Mass immunizers must accept assignment.

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