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Last Modified: 6/25/2020 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Online registration available for July 9 open meeting

Online registration for the July 9 open meeting is now available and will close at noon ET July 7. Important: During this unprecedented time, our open meeting will be held via teleconference only. The First Coast proposed local coverage determination (LCD) is now posted.
Open meetings are to allow interested parties the opportunity to make presentations of information and offer comments related to new proposed LCDs and/or the revised portion of a proposed LCD that are in the 45-day open comment period. Interested parties may also request to attend as an observer. If you are interested in attending as a presenter or observer, please view our proposed local coverage determination open meetings page for specific guidelines and other helpful information.
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