Definitive Drug Testing Procedures CPT® Code range 80320- 80377

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Drug Assay Procedures 80320-80377 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

Subscribe to Codify by AAPC and get the code details in a flash.

CPT® Code Range 80320- 80377
Section 80320-80377
Definitive Drug Testing Procedures
On a CPT® code's hierarchy page, you get to see a medical code's neighbors, including the CPT® codes' official long descriptors. Seeing related codes helps coders choose the correct code, improving their accuracy rate.
Click on a blue code to see a sample of a CPT® code's details page.
Showing 11 to 20 of 59 results
< 1 2 3 4 5 6 >

October 02, 2023
The Medicare Advantage organization says they are being held to unreasonable standards. Health Net of California Inc. was recently called out by the Office of Inspector General OIG for failing to subm... [ Read More ]
October 02, 2023
Reduce the clutter on your home page with one click. Codify offers a lot of tools on its home page but you dont always want all of them expanded at once. There is a simple way to maximize the tools yo... [ Read More ]
October 02, 2023
Strategies for unlocking a dialogue with physicians. As auditors we bridge the gap between medical coding accuracy and financial stability in healthcare organizations. Its our role to knock on the doo... [ Read More ]
October 02, 2023
Encourage patients to take stock of their relationship with alcohol. From Dry January and Dry July to Sober September and Sober October the monthlong abstinence trend of shunning alcohol has gained gr... [ Read More ]
October 02, 2023
Meet a member who never stops learning and growing. Each month AAPC selects a member who demonstrates exemplary leadership qualities. This month weve chosen Jennifer Lavoie RN CPC. Lavoie has enjoyed ... [ Read More ]
The CPT coding definitions for definitive drug testing include urine, oral, blood, CSF. You should not use any of the PLA codes (011U) that are specific to a particular laboratories test method and r... [ Read More ]
This is a difficult one because the G0480-G0483 code descriptions do not specify urine, but the LCD is only referring to Urine Drug Screening. I would say possibly that the individual CPT codes 80320-... [ Read More ]
I am reviewing the codes for presumptive and definitive drug testing. The CPT intro to the codes for drug assay, 80305-80307 and 80320-80377 says, "The material for drug class procedures may be any s... [ Read More ]
Under RBRVS Status I is Invalid. It means code cannot be billed to Medicare and that another code exists to report the service. Some commercial plans may follow some of all of this guidance A few ex... [ Read More ]
[b]Drug Assay Coding- Your Assistance Please[/b] Hi, Cavalier40 is correct, in that the Creatinine (82570) and pH (83986) are not separately billable procedures and inclusive in both the presumptive... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE=", post: 419231, member: 439523"]Hi, Can anyone pls clarify what code should be used instead of G0483, as client states that they cannot justify this G-code for billing... [ Read More ]
[b]fee-schedule[/b] dwaldman, Where can I find the fee-schedule for those test you described? Thanks Isvel ICD-10 Codes that Support Medical Necessity Group 1 Paragraph: New Codes effective ... [ Read More ]
Anna, I would review the Medicare local coverage determination policy for the geographical area you are located in, Medicaid policies, and other private payers to correlate the criteria for coverage w... [ Read More ]
you have a new section for definitive drug testing that the code set organizes alphabetically by drug class and specific drug in the code range 80320 to 80377. This range contains many parent and inde... [ Read More ]
Does anyone have this book I need a copy certain section. I am trying to get a copy of an explaination on 80301 - 80304 and 80320 - 80377. If you happen to have this can you send me message.... [ Read More ]