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Infographic Comparing Cervical Manipulation to Other Treatments
Practice Management Forms & Links
Thursday, 07 August 2014
A helpful infographic has been compiled by the American Chiropratic Association (ACA) which clearly illustrates to your patients the safety of cervical manipulation when compared to other treatments.  The FCA shares this infographic for use in your office:  It's a great way to start a positive conversation that opens the door to factually informing your patients about risks.
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Medicare Enrollment Online
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Friday, 25 July 2014
The “Internet-based PECOS Contact Information” Fact Sheet (ICN 903766) was revised and is now available in downloadable format. 
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When Will Electronic Health Records (EHRs) Be Mandated?
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Thursday, 19 June 2014
This is a frequently asked question that does not necessarily have a simple answer. With Medicare, there is an official answer.
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Billing Medicare with the New 1500 Form
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Monday, 19 May 2014

Tips from the FCA Help Desk

The new 1500 Billing Form is resulting in increased denials from Medicare.  First Coast Service Options’ (FCSO) online instructions are much more informative than calls to FCSO for assistance.  Here are some of the best resource links and highlight of common errors resulting in rejections or denials. 

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April 1st Deadline: New CMS 1500 Uniform Billing Form & Instructions
Medicare/CMS Forms & Resources
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
CMS and insurers started receiving and processing paper claims on the revised 1500 claim form (Version 02/12) on January 6, 2014. One of the most significant changes is item number 21. According to CPT, in the upper, right area of the field, two dotted lines were added to create a one-byte space to report an indicator that identifies which version of the diagnosis code set is being reported. A "9" indicates the diagnosis codes are from the ICD-9 code set and "0" is for ICD-10. The use of the indicator will be necessary during the transition to ICD-10 and when reporting services that span the Oct. 1, 2014 implementation deadline.  Here are some helpful resources:


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