skip to content
Thank you for visiting First Coast Service Options' Medicare provider website. This website is intended exclusively for Medicare providers and health care industry professionals to find the latest Medicare news and information affecting the provider community.
To enable us to present you with customized content that focuses on your area of interest, please select your preferences below:
Select which best describes you:
Select your location:
Select your line of business:
This website provides information and news about the Medicare program for health care professionals only. All communication and issues regarding your Medicare benefits are handled directly by Medicare and not through this website. For the most comprehensive experience, we encourage you to visit or call 1-800-MEDICARE. In the event your provider fails to submit your Medicare claim, please view these resources for claim assistance.
En Español
Text Size:
Send a link to this page
[Multiple email adresses must be separated by a semicolon.]

Processing Issues

Modified: 1/24/2020
This table displays Part A and Part B processing issues that are being worked currently or have been resolved recently.
Modified: 1/23/2020
CMS has updated several diagnosis codes to the list of covered conditions for persistent and chronic atrial fibrillation, effective October 1, 2019. When brought to our attention, First Coast will override medical policy edits for several NCDs to allow for processing and payment of services for these conditions. [CR 11491]
Modified: 11/4/2019
Change request (CR) 10955 (implemented April 1, 2019) revised existing CWF SNF CB edit 7275 and the associated informational unsolicited response (IUR). Edit 7275 is denying Part B ambulance claims inappropriately.
Modified: 1/9/2019
There are no items in this section at this time.
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) strives to ensure that the information available on our provider website is accurate, detailed, and current. Therefore, this is a dynamic site and its content changes daily. It is best to access the site to ensure you have the most current information rather than printing articles or forms that may become obsolete without notice.