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Provider enrollment news

Modified: 2/12/2019
A new CMS-855I enrollment application is now available and is being accepted. Through April 30, First Coast will also accept applications dated 7/2011.
Modified: 2/8/2019
Please review this important update for the CMS-855I Medicare provider enrollment application.
Modified: 2/6/2019
This article provides information regarding changes to your banking account information and when you should notify First Coast Service Options of those changes.
Modified: 2/5/2019
View the details of change request 10666 which establishes a new physician specialty code (D4) for undersea and hyperbaric medicine. [MM10666]
Modified: 12/27/2018
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released the Medicare Enrollment Application Fee for CY 2019 for institutional providers.
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