Last Modified: 8/30/2019
Location: FL, PR, USVI
Business: Part A, Part B
Be prepared. Be proactive. Mark your calendars so you don't miss this opportunity to learn important information about changes and updates to the Medicare program that can impact you.
During this free educational event, you will learn about:
• Changes to claim billing processes
• Updates to policies and procedures
• Ways you can obtain the Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI)
• Why you should be using the MBI before the January 1, 2020, deadline
• How to resolve certain claim or eligibility issues through the use of self-service tools and resources
Note: Some changes and updates may apply to both Medicare Part A and B; therefore, some information may be repeated in each webcast.
To register for these events, you must have an account in First Coast University, our learning management system. Learn how to create an account
if you don't have one.
Would you like to submit questions prior to these events?
You may submit your questions in advance by emailing them to email@example.com
. Please submit your questions no later than Tuesday, December 3
Due to CMS reporting requirements, claim-specific inquiries must be directed and handled by our Provider Contact Center (PCC). You may obtain contact information for PCC by visiting our Contact Center
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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