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Last Modified: 12/31/2017
Page 1. Puerto Rico overpayment redetermination request form --
instructions The following “Request for Overpayment ...
Last Modified: 12/31/2018
Page 1. US Virgin Islands overpayment redetermination request form --
instructions The following “Request for Overpayment ...
Last Modified: 10/30/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Completion of the overpayment redetermination request for a Medicare Part B claim form and receipt in the appropriate mailbox is critical to correct processing of an overpayment redetermination request.
Last Modified: 1/3/2018Business: Part B
Minor clerical errors or omissions can be corrected more quickly outside of the formal appeal process. Use this interactive form to help ensure your request is processed accurately.
Last Modified: 1/3/2018Business: Part B
Minor clerical errors or omissions can be corrected more quickly outside of the formal appeal process. Use this interactive form to help ensure your request is processed accurately.
Last Modified: 12/08/2014Location: FLBusiness: Part B
Overpayment Redetermination Request for a Medicare Part B Claim
Last Modified: 12/9/2017Business: Part B
Minor clerical errors or omissions can be corrected more quickly outside of the formal appeal process. Use this interactive form to help ensure your request is processed accurately.
Last Modified: 12/22/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Question and answer pertaining to a redetermination or reconsideration appeal requested.
Last Modified: 12/22/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Effective March 1, 2017, First Coast no longer issues Part B fully favorable redetermination decision letters.
Last Modified: 12/21/2017Business: Part A
This form is for an appeal and is not to be used when requesting a claim adjustment. Fill it out online, then print and mail it to the address indicated on the form.
Last Modified: Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Find information regarding the appeals process -- levels, forms, training, FAQs, and how to appeal Medicare coverage and payment decisions.
Business: Part A
This form is for an appeal and is not to be used when requesting a claim adjustment. Fill it out online, then print and mail it to the address indicated on the form.
Last Modified: 11/17/2017Business: Part A
This form is for an appeal and is not to be used when requesting a claim adjustment. Fill it out online, then print and mail it to the address indicated on the form.
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Use this tool for confirmation that appeal requests have been received by First Coast Service Options
Last Modified: 12/10/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Before you request a redetermination on a denied claim, review these tips to avert delays in payment and save some valuable time.
Last Modified: 12/4/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
... Submission guidelines: Claim redetermination request (Part A/Part B). ...
Submission guidelines: Overpayment redetermination request (Part B). ...
Last Modified: 1/7/2018Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
Find the appropriate forms to appeal claim decisions.
Last Modified: 12/10/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
Now that you reviewed those steps and concluded that your claims are eligible for redetermination, how do you proceed? First Coast offers the following tips for managing the appeal process.
Last Modified: 11/8/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
First Coast Service Options Inc (First Coast) offers multiple ways of appealing a claim denial. The most efficient way to do so is through First Coast’s Secure Provider Online Tool (SPOT).
Find information regarding the appeals process -- levels, forms, training, FAQs, and how to appeal Medicare coverage and payment decisions.
Last Modified: 10/14/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A, Part B
This information outlines the process for the 935 recoupment.
Last Modified: 1/6/2018Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
This help document guides you through using the appeals status lookup tool on First Coast's Medicare provider website.
Last Modified: 1/6/2018Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part A
This help document guides you through using the appeals status lookup tool on First Coast's Medicare provider website.
Last Modified: 12/26/2017Location: FL, PR, USVIBusiness: Part B
The time limit for filing a request for redetermination may be extended in certain situations. Good cause may be found when the record clearly shows, or the provider, physician or other supplier alleges and the record does not negate, that the delay in filing was due to one of the covered reasons.
Last Modified: 8/6/2017Location: FLBusiness: Part B
... Addresses. First level: Redetermination. N/A. Redetermination form. or.
Medicare Part B Redetermination PO Box 2360 Jacksonville, FL 32231-0018 ...
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