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EDI news

Modified: 10/14/2021
Electronic and paper provider remits are not displaying the FCN for overpayment reason code WO issue resolved.
Modified: 10/14/2021
Are you sending hardcopy mail to submit your requests to First Coast? Did you know there are faster and easier ways to send your requests to us? Avoid the wait. Learn about the electronic options available for you to submit Part A claims.
Modified: 10/14/2021
Are you sending hardcopy mail to submit your requests to First Coast? Did you know there are faster and easier ways to send your requests to us? Avoid the wait. Learn about the electronic options available for you to submit Part B claims and correct claims billed in error.
Modified: 10/11/2021
EDI Gateway - Connecting to the future. TAKE ACTION PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1
Modified: 9/30/2021
First Coast continually looks for ways to improve the speed and service we provide you as an electronic billing customer. We are pleased to announce a new EDI Gateway solution. This new EDI Gateway will replace your current connection to First Coast.
Modified: 9/30/2021
First Coast continually looks for ways to improve the speed and service we provide you as an electronic billing customer. We are pleased to announce a new EDI Gateway solution. This new EDI Gateway will replace your current connection to First Coast. Make sure you are ready for this new gateway by following the summarized checklist for your connectivity method. These actions are needed prior to December 1.
Modified: 9/30/2021
As previously announced, First Coast is transitioning to a new EDI Gateway Solution, TIBCO. This new EDI gateway will replace the current Florida Blue connection to First Coast for electronic billing transactions. The Florida Blue gateway will be retired December 1.
Modified: 9/22/2021
First Coast is aware that Part A DDE users were not able to open claims in DDE this morning. This is to notify all Part A DDE users that the issue has been resolved.
Modified: 7/26/2021
First Coast continually looks for ways to improve the service we provide you as an electronic billing customer. We are pleased to announce a new EDI Gateway solution.
Modified: 6/4/2021
Due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), change request 11826, and electronic data interchange (EDI) front-end updates, CMS has implemented 5010 837I transaction edits, effective January 1, 2021 with an implementation date of January 7, 2021. [CR 9881]
Modified: 2/3/2021
First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) has implemented the PWK (paperwork) segment of the X12N version 5010. This allows for submission of supporting documentation with a version 5010 electronic claim. [CR 10397]
Modified: 1/15/2021
First Coast's claims department and providers are negatively impacted by invalid or unnecessary PWK fax/mail/esMD coversheets. This article reviews information on how you can avoid these issues.
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