Non-Invasive Extremity Venous Studies (Including Digits) CPT® Code range 93970- 93971

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnostic Studies 93970-93971 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 93970- 93971
Non-Invasive Extremity Venous Studies (Including Digits)
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Can E&M code billed with Cpt code 93971 and 93970 on same day under same tax id # but different rendering provider. If answer is yes than the diagnosis code should be the same for E&M and venous ultra... [ Read More ]
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As per the CCI edits, CPT 93971 requires a 59 modifier when billed together with 93970.... [ Read More ]
Hello, I am currently billing for a vascular surgeon. Every time I bill 93970 (Bilateral) and 93971 (Unilateral) the insurance will pay on one but not the other, my claims always get denied for dupli... [ Read More ]
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