Hydration, Therapeutic, Prophylactic, Diagnostic Injections and Infusions, and Chemotherapy and Other Highly Complex Drug or Highly Complex Biologic Agent Administration CPT® Code range 96360- 96549

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Hydration, Therapeutic, Prophylactic, Diagnostic Injections and Infusions, and Chemotherapy and Other Highly Complex Drug or Highly Complex Biologic Agent Administration 96360-96549 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 96360- 96549

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September 14, 2022
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September 09, 2022
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Drug A administration is 96365, 96366 and Drug B administration is 96367 based on the information provided in your example. 96375 would only be used if the administration is a "push" or the infusion ... [ Read More ]
When its just an IV PUSH there does not need to be a stop time. If it truly was an IV drug hung for say 20 minutes yes there would need to be start and stop times but the PUSH IV drugs do not need t... [ Read More ]
Below from the AMA/CPT, it is not intended in a facility setting that a physician would report codes such as 96360-96379. They believe an IM injection would typically be ordered by the physician and p... [ Read More ]
The below addresses your question regarding an E/M code being reported. "If a significant, separately identifiable office or other outpatient Evaluation and Management service is performed, the appr... [ Read More ]
The AAPC coder offers: "If a significant, separately identifiable office or other outpatient Evaluation and Management service is performed, the appropriate E/M service (99201-99215, 99241-99245, 9935... [ Read More ]