Procedures on the Lens of the Eye CPT® Code range 66820- 66940

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Procedures on the Lens of the Eye 66820-66940 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 66820- 66940

September 01, 2020
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July 31, 2020
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July 07, 2020
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July 01, 2020
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May 01, 2020
Understand what the physician is documenting to improve coding accuracy. Since the beginning of grade school, we are encouraged to expand our vocabulary, read literature, and improve our grammar. We q... [ Read More ]
Does anyone bill and E/M code in the ER, for example 99283 with fracture care codes (for example 25605) and get paid for it? And can we bill both on the same claim if the fracture is all that they pr... [ Read More ]
I researched this type of scenario, but I can't find an answer... A patient has a 14cm laceration on his hand. The wound was explored, cleansed and irrigated extensively w/ normal saline; no foreign ... [ Read More ]
I just started working for Primary care and I need some help with the Billing and POS for a New NP in a different location Back Story and.........Confusion: The primary care I work for the MD owns t... [ Read More ]
I work for an OBGYN and during the yearly visit his patients answer a PHQ-9 and he discusses it with them. Prescribes meds and referrals as needed. I've seen some that only charge that out of PCP, but... [ Read More ]
Hello Everyone, Could someone help direct me with Rx billing? Can a physician bill for Rx? Thank you in advance.... [ Read More ]
Hi Everyone, I wrote a letter to the WHO and AMA agencies a few years ago asking to add a Cough diagnosis for use for children or young teens. Of course I got no reply. However I think the illness s... [ Read More ]
Is the application of a long leg moulded club foot cast (CPT 29450) at the end of a percutaneous Achilles tenotomy (CPT 27606) to correct Clubfoot deformity separately billable? There is not an NCCI e... [ Read More ]
If a patient is seen by their primary care and that physicians bills a prevent. Now the patient presents to OB/BYN for the pelvic exam and pap. What should the OB/GYN bill?... [ Read More ]
I have been researching this subject for a while now and while I have concluded that an ASCR done with Dermal Allograft seems to have many different ways that people think it should be coded. I am und... [ Read More ]
Hello, Is anyone doing two stage BAHA's? According to my MD, some of the younger patients need time for the device to ossify to the bone and 3-6 months after initial surgery, need to go back in to co... [ Read More ]