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Provider enrollment news

Modified: 9/7/2018
Change request (CR) 10845 releases information regarding uploading related certification statements related to web-based applications using the provider enrollment chain and ownership system (PECOS) functionality. This article was revised September 5 to reflect a revised CR 10845 issued the same day. The revised CR did not change any substantive information in the article. Within the article, there is a revised transmittal number, CR release date, and web address for accessing the CR. [MM10845]
Modified: 8/28/2018
First Coast Service Options’ (First Coast’s) general mailing address for provider enrollment changed on June 1, 2018. Learn about the new address and other changes to avoid processing delays.
Modified: 8/9/2018
This article provides information regarding changes to your banking account information and when you should notify First Coast Service Options of those changes.
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