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Events

Modified: 12/7/2022
Check our upcoming provider events calendar and learn how to register for free teleconferences and webinars that will help you increase your knowledge of the Medicare program and find ways to improve Medicare billing and payment efficiency.
Modified: 11/10/2022
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.
Modified: 11/28/2022
First Coast is always looking for ways to improve the customer experience. In surveys, you've asked us to simplify the registration process for our events. We’ve heard you.
Modified: 9/28/2022
Ambulance providers and suppliers: Check out our new YouTube video answering all your questions regarding the prior authorization program for Repetitive Schedule Non-Emergent Ambulance Transport (RSNAT). The video covers the program basics, documentation requirements, and how to submit a prior authorization request.
Modified: 11/13/2022
Ambulance providers and suppliers: Interested in knowing more about billing and documenting ambulance services for Medicare? Check out First Coast’s YouTube video external.gif which addresses common provider questions and billing errors.
Check out our video on billing and documenting ambulance services for Medicare. Let us know what you think by selecting the Like button and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Modified: 12/7/2022
First Coast is making a few enhancements to the Education page located on the left navigation menu of our provider website.
Modified: 12/7/2022
Access follow-up materials and documents from our Ask-the-Contractor Teleconferences (ACTs).
Modified: 12/7/2022
First Coast develops educational campaigns to focus our outreach efforts on topics or initiatives that matter most to our providers and beneficiaries we serve.
Modified: 11/7/2022
These webinars will provide a demonstration of the upcoming SPOT new user interface.
Modified: 11/3/2022
Join our webinar to learn about avoiding denials of Medicare telehealth services.
Modified: 11/7/2022
Join us for our encore presentation to learn about Medicare coverage of routine foot care and nail debridement services (1-2:00 p.m. ET)
Modified: 11/7/2022
Join us for our incident-to and fee-for-time compensation arrangements webinar and learn how to maneuver through Medicare’s guidelines to appropriately bill for these services. We’ve also simplified our registration process. (1-2 p.m. ET)
Modified: 11/18/2022
Join us to learn how you can save time and money by understanding the Medicare program and filling claims correctly.
Modified: 12/2/2022
Join us for First Coast's quarterly Medicare updates webinars. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn important information about changes and updates in the Medicare program that may impact you. (11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Modified: 11/8/2022
Join us for this webinar to review the prior authorization program for repetitive, scheduled, non-emergent ambulance transport (RSNAT) services, for providers in Medicare’s jurisdiction N of Florida, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. (10-11 a.m. ET)
Modified: 11/7/2022
Join First Coast to learn about new coding guidelines for other evaluation and management (E/M) services being implemented in January 2023. We’ve simplified our registration process so sign up today. (10-11:30 a.m. and 3-4:30 p.m. ET)
Modified: 11/28/2022
Join First Coast to learn about new coding guidelines for other evaluation and management (E/M) services being implemented in January 2023. We’ve simplified our registration process so sign up today. (1-2:30 p.m. EST)
Modified: 11/30/2022
Join First Coast's Medicare 101 educational series. This three-part series is for new or seasoned health care providers and staff. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the Medicare program. (10-11:30 a.m. ET)
Modified: 11/30/2022
Join us for First Coast’s Ask-the-contractor (ACT): Medicare quarterly updates webinar. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn important information about changes and updates in the Medicare program that may impact you. (11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Modified: 10/21/2022
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.
Modified: 9/30/2020
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.
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) strives to ensure that the information available on our provider website is accurate, detailed, and current. Therefore, this is a dynamic site and its content changes daily. It is best to access the site to ensure you have the most current information rather than printing articles or forms that may become obsolete without notice.