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Tips on Inquiries, Rejects and RTPs

Modified: 4/19/2017
Reduce the time it takes to answer your Medicare question by viewing common Part A inquiries received by customer service. [First Coast's Provider Outreach and Education]
Modified: 1/20/2017
Successfully complete claim processing and enhance your cash flow by learning how to avoid common reasons why Part A claims reject. [First Coast's Provider Outreach and Education]
Modified: 1/20/2017
Successfully complete claim processing and enhance your cash flow by learning how to avoid common reasons why Part A claims are returned. [First Coast's Provider Outreach and Education]
Modified: 5/25/2017
View tips to common claims inquiries and rejects.
Modified: 4/4/2017
Learn how to avoid rejects of crossover claims by ensuring that the addresses you have on file with Medicare and Medicaid match and are in the appropriate format.
Modified: 3/16/2017
There could be several reasons why your claim denied or otherwise did not process successfully. Use these available resources to identify claims processing codes.
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