Do Arnp have NPI numbers?

Do Arnp have NPI numbers?

A. An NPI is a 10 digit numerical identifier for providers of health care services. Type 1 is at the practitioner level, for example, in a group practice, all of the physicians and mid-level providers, e.g., Nurse Practitioners and Physicians’ Assistants will have their own NPI.

How do I find my NP NPI number?

CMS has created an online NPI registry( where a physician, other health care provider, or organization can access NPI information. This is part of the same National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) web site on which NPI registry is completed.

How do I find a company’s NPI number?

How do I obtain a National Provider Identifier (NPI) number for a group or organization? To obtain an NPI or to discuss any questions you have regarding your NPI application, please contact the NPI Enumerator at 1-800-465-3203 or login with your individual user ID at the NPPES site

How do I get my NPI username and password?

How do I obtain them? A physician or non-physician practitioner who did not establish a User ID and password in NPPES but applied for an NPI using the paper application can still establish a User ID and password in NPPES by going to NPPES at

Why would an NPI be deactivated?

If a health care provider (for example, a physician) dies, his/her NPI will be deactivated. If a provider goes out of business, the NPI will also be deactivated. The deactivated NPI will never be issued to another health care provider. If a provider moves from one state to another, the NPI number will stay the same.

What are the requirements to get an NPI number?

All Individuals and Organizations who meet the definition of health care provider as described at 45 CFR 160.103 are eligible to obtain a National Provider Identifier, or NPI. If you are a HIPAA covered provider or if you are a health care provider/supplier who bills Medicare for your services, you need an NPI.

What is a sole proprietor NPI?

A sole proprietor/sole proprietorship is an individual and, as such, is eligible for a single NPI. The sole proprietor must apply for the NPI using his or her own Social Security Number (SSN), not an Employer Identification Number (EIN) even if he/she has an EIN.