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 How many digits is the national provider identifier?

Answer The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a 10-digit standard unique identifier for health-care providers, required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and adopted as... Read More »
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Who developed national provider identifier?

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services developed the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System and the National Provider Identifier after the Health Insurance Portability and Accountabi... Read More »
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I read somewhere that ATT is the sole service provider for the new iPhone 3G. I am planning to buy the iPhone but your current service provider is Verizon I am happy with your service provider?

The new iPhones come with a SIM lock which means it is not possible to change the service provider of the phones. There are grey markets vendors who might help you break the SIM lock and use the iP... Read More »
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What is a fax identifier?

A fax identifier is information about your fax machine, such as its phone number or your company's name, that appears on the receiving fax's confirmation reports and its LED screen. It's also known... Read More »
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What Is a Federal Tax Identifier Number?

A federal tax identification number (FTIN), also known as an employer identification number, is a unique identifier that the IRS gives to a business. Almost all businesses are required to have an ... Read More »
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