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Incident-to self-service tool. ... 1) Is this a new patient, OR a new problem for an
established patient? Yes2; No3. 'Incident-to' rules do not apply. ...
Last Modified: 1/4/2018Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Incident to FAQs. Can the services of a physical therapy assistant be
billed incident to a doctor's services? Can hospital ...
Last Modified: 9/26/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Medical practices have increased collaboration between providers and billing staff to raise claim approval rates for evaluation and management (E/M) services. First Coast’s E/M interactive worksheet and 'incident-to' tools helps providers with their Medicare billing.
Last Modified: 10/31/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Modifier 24 FAQ #4
Last Modified: 12/31/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Question and answer pertaining to services which can be billed incident to another provider's service.
Last Modified: 11/15/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Question and answer pertaining to services which can be billed "incident to" another provider's service.
Last Modified: 12/26/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Question and answer pertaining to services which can be billed "incident to" another provider's service.
Last Modified: 12/31/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Question and answer pertaining to services which can be billed "incident to" another provider's service.
Last Modified: 12/22/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
This provides definitions of the national policy indicators for each procedure code (and modifier, where applicable) on the Medicare physician fee schedule database (MPFSDB).
Last Modified: 12/16/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Q. When billing Medicare for injections that are provided “incident to” by a
nurse practitioner (NP) or other non-physician practitioner (NPP), does ...
Last Modified: 10/14/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Q. When billing Medicare for services that are provided 'incident to' by a
physician assistant (PA), does the supervising physician have to sign the ...
Last Modified: 11/8/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A
This article provides guidance on how to properly bill non-covered self-administered drugs when a line item denial is required for secondary insurance purposes.
Last Modified: 10/01/2015
... under state law if directly supervised by a physician (MD, DO, OD, DPM) or
qualified NPP, and when all conditions of billing services “incident to” a ...
Last Modified: 11/11/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) offers several online tools for you to diagnose why your Medicare claims were denied and resources to help you prevent future claims from such a fate. When a claim gets denied, with First Coast’s web tools you can solve many issues without having to call customer service or submit a written inquiry. Review these tips to improve your cash flow and save time by eliminating denied claims from your medical practice.
Last Modified: 7/7/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Questions and answers from our June 7, 2017, ACT webcast on Chronic Care Management Services (B)
Last Modified: 12/07/2017Business: Part A and Part B
... Indications This LCD addresses “incident to” drugs that are not
self-administered for certain patients with osteoporosis. ...
First Coast Service Options Inc. (First Coast) is the Medicare administrative contractor for jurisdiction N, which includes Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Last Modified: 12/21/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Evaluation and management (E/M) services refer to diagnostic or therapeutic procedures furnished by physicians or non-physician practitioners (i.e., nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse midwives, and physician assistants).
This page features a one-stop shop for all of First Coast's self-service tools.
... The Medicare program provides limited benefits for outpatient drugs that are
furnished “incident to” a physician's service provided that the drugs are ...
Last Modified: 12/7/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Find answers to frequently asked questions on a wide range of Medicare related topics.
Last Modified: 12/14/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
... ??????. "Incident to". Can hospital visits provided by a nurse
practitioner be billed as incident to his/her supervising ...
Year 2003 Medicare Part B Physician and Non-Physician Practitioner Fee Schedule - REVISED March 1, 2003
Last Modified: 10/01/2015
... As such the PA/NP/CNS can do the service under their provider number or
incident to a qualified physician assuming incident to requirements are ...
... If you bill for physicians' professional services, services and supplies (such
as drugs and biologicals) provided incident to physicians' professional ...
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