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TrailBlazer: Self-administered B-12 Injection Non-covered

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  • October 19, 2009
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An Oct. 8 post on TrailBlazer Health Enterprises’ Web site notifies Parts A and B providers that HCPCS Level II code J3420 is no longer covered as a self-administered drug, as indicated on the Self-Administered Drug Exclusions list, effective for service dates on or after Oct. 12.

HCPCS Level II Descriptor
J3420 Injection, vitamin B-12 cyanocobalamin (Sytobex®, Redisol®, Rubramin PC®, Betalin 12®, Berubigen®, Cobex®, Cobal®, Crystal B12®, Cyano®, Cyanocobalamin®, Hydroxocobalamin®, Hydroxycobal®, Nutri-Twelve®)


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  1. Elizabeth D'Aquino says:

    As an employee of UVA Health Services Foundation, we were told that injections of B12 given in the OFFICE would no longer be covered. Is that the case? Thanks