Medical Nutrition Therapy Procedures CPT® Code range 97802- 97804

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Medicine Services and Procedures 97802-97804 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 97802- 97804
Medical Nutrition Therapy Procedures
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[QUOTE="AmandaBriggs, post: 513826, member: 190498"] So your dietitian would bill under the supervising provider who is present in the office when she is seeing patients. I would still recommend the ... [ Read More ]
So your dietitian would bill under the supervising provider who is present in the office when she is seeing patients. I would still recommend the 97802-97804 codes. Some insurance carrier may accept... [ Read More ]
Dietitians are not a recognized provider type that can bill the 99211-99205 series of codes. Providing E/M services are not in the scope of practice for a dietitian. Those codes are reserved for phy... [ Read More ]
Hi Solocoder I just wanted to add that if use dx E66.01 Morbid Obesity or any obesity codes please add the dx Z68 block per the BMI % on the record for this patient. The ICD10 manual states these 2 co... [ Read More ]
The Medicare MUE's are a good resource for this information and most commercial payers seem to use them, in my experience. Medicare shows 8 units per day for 97802 & 97803, 6 units per day for 97804.... [ Read More ]
Hi, I have experience billing for registered dietitian. The billable units depends completely on patients eligibility. If a patient has unlimited visit limits or visits based on the medical necessity,... [ Read More ]
Hello, I'm wondering if anyone has any experience billing for a Registered Dietitian and how many units per day are payable for 97802, 97803 and 97804? I tried to find medical policies on BCBSM, Unit... [ Read More ]
I have a similar question as above. Per CPT assistant([URL]https://www.encoderpro.com/epro/amaContentModuleListHandler.do?_sectionId=489088&_a=view&_k=7040*0[/URL]) , and all other google researches- ... [ Read More ]
If the NP is billing an E&M code, the facility would bill the facility component (e.g. G0463) under revenue code 510 as it would for any other E&M visit. In the event that the RD or nutritionist pro... [ Read More ]
I know the from the CPT guidelines only RD's and Nutritionists can bill the MNT codes 97802-97804. It also states these services provided by physician or other qualified healthcare provider is to repo... [ Read More ]