Check our upcoming provider events calendar and learn how to register for free teleconferences and webcasts that will help you increase your knowledge of the Medicare program and find ways to improve Medicare billing and payment efficiency.
Learn about First Coast Service Options’ (First Coast) recent Medicare educational events and take advantage of easy access to available training resources including session recordings, event minutes, and copies of presentations from some of our events.
First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) offers providers the opportunity to enhance their Medicare knowledge through instructor-led training (ILT) classes (e.g., webcasts, seminars) and online training (OLT) courses. Learn how to create a training account, register for available training, and find the educational resources you need.
The educational and operations test period for the Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) for Advance Diagnostic Imaging program begins January 1, 2020. This webcast will review the requirements applicable to the ordering physician and the furnishing provider (10-11:30 a.m. AST).
Join us for First Coast's first quarter Medicare updates webcast. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn important information about changes and updates in the Medicare program that can impact you.
This simulation will guide you through the process of launching and participating in a First Coast webcast. Although First Coast utilizes the WebEx system, participants must register through First Coast University prior to the day of the event.
Learn how to create a new First Coast University training account, so you can register for online training courses, webcasts seminars, and special events offered by First Coast Service Options.
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