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What is the NPPES registry?
You can do NPI Lookup (National Plan and Provider Enumeration System) system using the NPI (National Provider Identifier) Registry. The NPI Registry distributes all of its data in compliance with the NPPES Data Dissemination Notice. The NPI Registry is completely free to use.
The NPI Registry Public Search is a free directory of all active National Provider Identifier (NPI) records. Healthcare providers acquire their unique 10-digit NPIs to identify themselves in a standard way throughout their industry.
What is NPI?
The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is an Administrative Simplification Standard under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. For covered health care providers, the NPI is a unique identifying number. In the administrative and financial activities required by HIPAA, covered health care providers, all health plans, and health care clearinghouses must use NPIs.
The NPI is a 10-digit numeric identification number that is devoid of intelligence. This means that the data don’t contain any further information about healthcare providers, such as where they live or what medical specialty they perform. In HIPAA standards transactions, the NPI must be used instead of traditional provider identification.
Covered providers must also disclose their NPI with other doctors, health plans, clearinghouses, and any entity that may need it for billing purposes, according to the Federal Regulation, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.