NSCAC Site Visit Form

          The National Supplier Clearinghouse Advisory Committee (NSCAC) is an organization comprised of individuals that are representing their respective DME MAC Advisory Committees/Councils (DAC) in all four regions in the United States. It was formed in 2001 with the purpose of; improving communication between the National Supplier Clearinghouse (NSC) and the supplier community, suggesting to the NSC targeted educational opportunities regarding supplier number obligations to DMEPOS suppliers, and creating a problem solving / communication link between the DMEPOS supplier community and the NSC.  The NSCAC meets regularly with the senior management of the NSC. The NSC has recognized the NSCAC as a liaison to the industry.

The NSCAC has, in the past, received informal information regarding the performance of Overland Solutions during the site visit process.  Currently the NSCAC is attempting to formalize the receipt of this important information.
 
The supplier community's help is needed. If a supplier has a concern with how Overland Solutions conducted its site visit, the supplier is encouraged to document the event by reporting the issue to the NSCAC.  The NSCAC will discuss the issue anonymously with NSC management at its next meeting.  The NSCAC has developed a format to facilitate the reporting process.  
 
The objective of the NSCAC Site Tracking form is to gather specific examples of where additional training of Overland Solutions employees may be required.  In doing so, the inspection process will improve for the industry as a whole.
 
The NSCAC thanks our industry partners for using the NSC Site Inspection Tracking Sheet and forwarding observations to the NSCAC.  Together we can make a difference!

Click here for the NSCAC Site Visit Form. 

Disclaimer: This website is not a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) or National Supplier Clearinghouse (NSC) website and is not sanctioned by them. While the NSCAC will strive to provide the most up to date information possible, in today's rapidly changing DME/HME environment the NSCAC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information being provided. The National Supplier Clearinghouse Advisory Committee Executive Committee and its members are not liable for any inaccuracies which may occur or for any losses which may result from information contained on this website.