CPT® Codes Lookup

Current Procedural Terminology, more commonly known as CPT®, refers to a medical code set created and maintained by the American Medical Association — and used by physicians, allied health professionals, nonphysician practitioners, hospitals, outpatient facilities, and laboratories to represent the services and procedures they perform. No provider of outpatient services gets paid without reporting the proper CPT® codes. Codify by AAPC helps you quickly and accurately select the CPT® codes you need to keep your claims on track.

With Codify’s cross-reference tools, you can check common code pairings. You also get CPT to ICD-10-CM, CPT to HCPCS, and CPT to Modifier crosswalks. Our CCI Edit tool will help you prevent denials from Medicare’s National Correct Coding Initiative edits. You’ll also strengthen your appeals with access to quarterly versions since 2011.

Our research shows that subscribers using Codify are 33% more productive. With features like these, it’s no surprise:

  • Keyword database enhanced with medical acronyms and terminology
  • Default settings to lock in your preference for code-centered or range pages
  • Code Constructor to narrow down your code options one clickable range at a time
  • Lay terms and CPT® code update information
  • An expanded index by service eases looking for a procedure or service
  • Deleted codes and their replacements, if applicable, add context to old or unfamiliar codes.
  • Easy access CPT® Assistant archives, published by the AMA, and the AHA Coding Clinic
  • A Fee Schedule Lookup

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January 08, 2021
Several changes have been recently made to the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting for fiscal year (FY) 2021. The guidelines changes affect code assignment for conditions and sympto... [ Read More ]
September 01, 2020
Prepare for the impending transition to ICD-11. The post Rules Are Changing: The Impending Transition to ICD-11 appeared first on AAPC Knowledge Center. ... [ Read More ]
July 31, 2020
Develop a plan to transition to and implement ICD-11. The post ICD’s Continued Evolution and Impending Transition to ICD-11: Part 2 appeared first on AAPC Knowledge Center. ... [ Read More ]
July 07, 2020
Uninsured patients don't have to be the downfall of your practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Get Paid for COVID-19 Testing/Treatment of Uninsured appeared first on AAPC Knowledge Center. ... [ Read More ]
July 01, 2020
Insight into the history of ICD and how it has changed over time is key to developing a plan for moving forward and embracing ICD-11. The post The Rules Are Changing: ICD’s Continued Evolution and t... [ Read More ]
Hi, Starting using these drugs during surgery. Anyone know what the codes are, how many units to bill, ASC vs professional codes? Cannot get a clear answer from anyone. thanks ... [ Read More ]
From Providers note: PT. HAD SCREENING MAMMOGRAM COMPLETED AT XYZ MOBILE MAMMOGRAM UNIT. X-HOSPITAL TO READ MAMMOGRAM REPORT AND SEND RESULTS TO PT VIA MAIL. We had a mobile unit come to clinic and... [ Read More ]
When billing a new patient annual/preventive code, can you bill a NEW patient E/M code with the 25 mod? My doc thinks you have to use the established code for the office visit, but I was taught that y... [ Read More ]
I work for a multi specialty practice who just onboarded an Interventional Pain Management provider. Does Medicaid pay for pain management procedures?... [ Read More ]
The hospital is limiting physicians seeing covid patients. The specialty I am coding for is seeing the patient for their renal failure. The exam only has the vitals and that the patient is on a vent a... [ Read More ]
Hello! I am coding for a outpatient infusion clinic facility, not professional fees- Should be easy, right?! Yea, sure! My questions do not revolve around the infusion coding. I cannot find any writt... [ Read More ]
My practice uses CPT 19366 frequently. Anyone care to share what they're using instead now that it's been deleted? Thanks!... [ Read More ]
1--If and RX is given, but picked up OTC, is this low or moderate risk? 2--If a medicine can be both OTC and RX, is it low or moderate risk? ie what is the best way to find out if a medicine is over ... [ Read More ]
1--If and RX is given, but picked up OTC, is this low or moderate risk? 2--If a medicine can be both OTC and RX, is it low or moderate risk? ie what is the best way to find out if a medicine is over ... [ Read More ]
1) question: If an MD says to continue flonase spray, 0.05 mg/inh, 2 sprays in each nostril, intranasally, QD, 30 days, 1 bottle, refills 3, is this considered RX management? and moderate risk? 2nd... [ Read More ]