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Last Modified: 11/1/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Guidelines for electronic submissions to First Coast

All electronic submissions originating from SPOT or the IVR submitted after 6 p.m. ET during weekdays, any time during a weekend or on First Coast Service Options’ corporate holidays will receive a receipt date that reflects First Coast’s next business day. All faxes, with the exception of those sent as critical inquiries, fall under the same guidelines.
For example, if a submission is received by First Coast after 6 p.m. ET on a Friday, the receipt date would be the following Monday. Follow this path for a calendar of First Coast corporate holidays: https://medicare.fcso.com/Contacts/223825.asp.
Faxes or emails sent as a critical inquiry fall under the same guidelines if they’re received after 4:30 p.m. ET.
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.