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Note: Multiple keywords or diagnosis code searches are not available using this table. Please refer to "Search the entire site using 'LCDs only' filter" within the Search LCDs guide for more information.

LCD status indicators

D = Draft under development; not yet released for comments
C = Draft LCD released for comment
E = Formal comment period has ended; comments now being considered
F= Final new/revised LCD has been issued for notice
A = Active policy; notice period complete and the policy is in effect

First Coast's LCDs can be accessed from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicare coverage database at
Draft LCD review/comment guidelines

LCD# Title HCPCS Codes Proposed / Draft Status Comment Period Start Date Comment Period End Date**
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