CMS is requiring that several changes be made to the HETS, effective November 4, 2017, that are important for SPOT users to know and understand. This article -- the first in a series -- will explain the first two changes in detail and prepare providers for what to expect.
SPOT users have a short time remaining to submit their required SPOT transfer form or risk losing portal access.
Nearly half of the SPOT transfer forms being submitted to First Coast are being rejected. Find out why and how you can avoid rejection of your form before the September deadline.
Since January 20, 2017, SPOT account holders may submit documents using the Adobe® Acrobat portable document format (PDF) when using SPOT’s secure messaging system.
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Many providers can prevent denied claims by checking beneficiary eligibility on SPOT before they perform a test or provide a service. Read more to find out what SPOT can do for you.
Transition to new registration and authentication platform means offices will be approving access to their information.
Mailing documents to First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) offices in Jacksonville, FL, is no small expense, particularly when you have to submit additional documentation in support of claim appeals. Between the making copies and mailing reams of paper, these costs can add up quickly. Did you know First Coast offers a more convenient solution for handling correspondence?
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