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Processing Issues

Modified: 6/15/2017
This table displays Part A and Part B processing issues that are being worked currently or have been resolved recently.
Modified: 7/13/2017
First Coast has become aware of issues with outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) services due to Integrated Outpatient Code Editor (IOCE) logic errors.
Modified: 5/24/2017
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) has become aware of an issue for claims RTPing with reason codes 32103 and 32104. Providers should resubmit the claims that RTPed incorrectly. Claims that were being held are being released for processing
Modified: 5/19/2017
First Coast Service Options (First Coast) has become aware of an issue for claims RTPing with reason code 34932 and 32104. Providers may resubmit the claims that RTPed incorrectly.
Modified: 5/4/2017
There are no items in this section at this time.
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