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Medical documentation

Modified: 11/13/2018
First Coast is implementing a new process to reduce provider burden and process claims more efficiently. If you submit claims for skin substitutes or radiopharmaceutical codes, learn how this new process will benefit you.
Modified: 10/23/2018
Modified: 10/23/2018
View the video released by your DME MAC that provides information about the Medicare telehealth benefit.
Modified: 10/3/2018
This article provides tips from First Coast to assist in preventing clinical laboratory test claim errors under the CERT program.
Modified: 9/24/2018
Please watch this video presentation from your DME MAC on ordering DMEPOS for your Medicare patients.
Modified: 9/24/2018
This fact sheet describes common denials related to signature requirements and includes information on the documentation needed to support a claim submitted to Medicare for medical services.
Modified: 8/9/2018
This page provides an overview of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) program for implementing the electronic submission of medical documentation (esMD).
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