Last Modified: 3/8/2019
Business: Part A, Part B
Mark your calendar for another informative event hosted by First Coast Service Options as we present important Medicare changes and updates for Part A and Part B Medicare providers in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Are you interested in increasing your knowledge about one or more of the topics listed below? If yes, then this conference is for you!
• Medicare updates
• Provider enrollment
• Secure Provider Online Tool (SPOT)
• Local coverage determination (LCD) process
• Telehealth services, relating to
• Rural health, including
• Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs)
• Preventive services
This face-to-face seminar will include informative discussions as well as a dynamic question and answer session hosted by your Medicare experts from First Coast. Don't miss the opportunity to interact with First Coast's Medicare staff at this in-person event.
To participate in this event, please register by Monday, April 22, 2019.
Reminder: This face-to-face educational seminar will be hosted on the island of St. Thomas, at the following location:
Emerald Beach Resort Conference Center
8070 Lindbergh Bay
Charlotte Amalie West
St. Thomas, VI 00802
AAPC accepts hour for hour CMS CEUs when sponsored by CMS national or MAC offices. A certificate of attendance or completion with the CMS logo is necessary to show participation. To claim CEUs attendees will enter certificate information onto their CEU Tracker using the "No Index Number" option. A copy of the certificate does not need to be provided to AAPC unless the member is selected for verification purposes.
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