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Last Modified: 11/8/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

How to find LCDs on First Coast’s provider website FAQ

Q: Where can I find LCDs on First Coast Service Options Inc.’s Medicare provider website?
A. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Medicare coverage database (MCD) holds the official versions of local coverage determinations (LCD). First Coast’s LCD lookup provides an easy way to access the MCD.
The quickest way is to use the MCD quick find. You will need the LCD ID (“L” number to use the quick find feature; if you do not have the LCD ID but you do have the procedure code, you can use First Coast’s fee schedule lookup to find an LCD if one exists for that service. Complete the fee lookup form and if an LCD exists a link to it will be displayed beneath the fee results.
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