Removal of Skin Tags Procedures CPT® Code range 11200- 11201

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Skin, Subcutaneous and Accessory Structures 11200-11201 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 11200- 11201
Removal of Skin Tags Procedures
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[QUOTE="csperoni, post: 506362, member: 164618"] The reason for the different codes are based on the diagnosis. Skin tags are different codes than benign lesions, and different than malignant lesions... [ Read More ]
The reason for the different codes are based on the diagnosis. Skin tags are different codes than benign lesions, and different than malignant lesions. The methods of removal vs destruction can also... [ Read More ]
11201 won't be paid unless 11200 is paid. And since 11200 was denied because it's included in the E&M, they denied both. 11200 is a skin tag removal, and generally considered cosmetic. Both of y... [ Read More ]
99213, 25 N18.2, D75.1 11300, 59 D48.5 11200 L98.8, L53.9 11201 L98.8, L53.9 Claim denied CPT 11200 stating inclusive; CPT 11201 denied not covered unless a pre requisite proc... [ Read More ]
11310 is for shave removal but not for skin tags. For removal of skin tags by any method, use codes 11200 and 11201. For the first 15 skin tags removed, use code 11200. For each additional 10 skin t... [ Read More ]
The issue is that some skin tags aren't covered as medically necessary, so you cab't bill the carrier for the skin tags. They may be covered if irritated, or inflamed, etc. Even though they aren't c... [ Read More ]
Several issues here. Most carriers have benign lesion removal policies that cover 11200. 11200 is often a code that requires a [B]second DX [/B]to show medical necessity (irritated, inflamed, pa... [ Read More ]
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11200/11201 or 11057 The procedure is more like skin tag removal.... [ Read More ]
Vaginal cysts are typically benign lumps & bumps. Based on what the description of the procedure, it resembles more of a destruction of a benign lesion by the "ligature strangulation" method. See Ca... [ Read More ]