Therapeutic Drug Assays CPT® Code range 80143- 80377

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Pathology and Laboratory Procedures 80143-80377 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 80143- 80377
Therapeutic Drug Assays
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January 08, 2021
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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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Is anyone billing oral surgeries each on a separate line in their ASC rather than rolling them up on the same line for each distinct code? I am being told that each D-code (and any other procedure) s... [ Read More ]
Our pain management doctor performed a procedure which was authorized under CPT code 11043 - Debridement, muscle and/or fascia (includes epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue, if performed); firs... [ Read More ]
Good morning, I need some clarification on x-rays if anyone can help. Our provider office, specialty clinic, bills and reads their own x-ray, have a tech who takes them then the provider reviews and... [ Read More ]
Can regional and general anesthesia for the same Surgery be reported separately? Same anesthesiologist performed both regional and general anesthesia for an Open Shoulder Surgery. 01992 -7:28- 7:... [ Read More ]
Are we to bill 64491 with a 50 or an RT LT? This is in reference to an ambulatory surgery center bill. Encoder Pro indicates 50 should not be used, that you are to bill once with an RT and once with a... [ Read More ]
Question about ABN- if a patient is seen by a provider that is not covered by Medicare- example an LCPC for 908XX services. Should an ABN be issued so we can bill the patient. We do bill for the deni... [ Read More ]
Can a facility bill 99152 for conscious sedation or is 99152 only for the physician's professional fee? Any resources would be appreciated. Thanks so much!... [ Read More ]
Our company does OCM coding, it's an HCC type model for Oncology. We haven't started yet but we are looking at a program that will allow us to catch missed codes. This program has a list of missed HC... [ Read More ]
Hello all, I'm wanting to make sure that I am correct in my thinking of what modifiers I would assign in this case, so I would love it if I could get your help! The patient had an E/M visit in the do... [ Read More ]
Please help clear up a question on correct billing for Exparel in an ASC and provided by either the Surgeon or Anesthesiologist. We are billing for the facility on this. Are there only certain proce... [ Read More ]