Find current deductibles, coinsurance, and premium rates for beneficiaries covered through the Medicare fee for service program.
First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) offers providers the latest in self-service technology to ensure they have the resources they need to bill Medicare correctly -- the first time. These self-audit resources have been designed to help you improve your Medicare billing efficiency and accuracy.
Change request (CR) 9672 provides information about changes that update logic in the fiscal intermediary standard system (FISS) to allow editing of the expanded patient reason for visit (PRV) fields. CR 9672 makes no policy changes. This article was revised May 18 to reflect the revised CR 9672 issued May 17. The article was revised to change the effective and implementation dates, the CR release date, transmittal number, and the web address for accessing the CR. All other information remains the same. [MM9672]
Learn about the responsibility of providers to communicate beneficiaries’ rights and protections regarding financial liability under the Medicare program through beneficiary notices; including advanced beneficiary notice (ABN).
Learn how the Coordination of Benefits (COB) program helps providers identify the health benefits available to a Medicare beneficiary and coordinate the payment process to prevent mistaken payment of Medicare benefits.
Utilize these helpful resources to increase your billing accuracy.
Learn how to identify situations in which Medicare is the secondary rather than the primary payer, how to request MSP conditional payments, and how to submit MSP claims electronically.
Learn about preventive measures that can help keep patients healthy.
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