Moderate (Conscious) Sedation CPT® Code range 99151- 99157

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Medicine Services and Procedures 99151-99157 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 99151- 99157
Moderate (Conscious) Sedation
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[QUOTE=", post: 501990, member: 269282"] Hello there, I'm assuming you mean conscious/moderate sedation as defined by the ASA, rather than deeper sedation. If so, start by r... [ Read More ]
Hello there, I'm assuming you mean conscious/moderate sedation as defined by the ASA, rather than deeper sedation. [QUOTE] [B]Moderate Sedation/Analgesia (“Conscious Sedation”)[/B] is a drug-induc... [ Read More ]
I think this [URL='']footnote from the American College of Cardiology[/URL] covers th... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="Manders21, post: 457575, member: 492020"] When an ENT doctor does a flexible fiberoptic laryngoscopy/drug induced sleep endoscopy, does modifier 22 get applied to code 31575 for the drug induc... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="RDK720, post: 454907, member: 294553"] Here is a good resource. [URL][/URL] Moderate sedation is a separately ... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE=", post: 454905, member: 536767"] Hi. Need some help with moderate sedation. Our physicians do not normally do moderate sedation, however here and there they will, so when they... [ Read More ]
Hello, When you bill out codes 99151-99157, you enter this on the professional claim of the provider who performed the service...correct? Lets say, it was during a ESI 62323 and the MD that did the ... [ Read More ]
[b]Billing for two providers in the same ER[/b] Two providers providing different care in the ER is a challenge for sure. Most insurances only pay one provider per day especially if they are in the s... [ Read More ]
In the June 2017 CPT Assistant newsletter, the AMA provides additional information on reporting moderate sedation codes 99151 – 99157. Moderate sedation is more clearly described: During moderate s... [ Read More ]
Unless the level of sedation and documentation meets the requirements for moderate sedation (codes 99151-99157), it is not separately reportable. Nitrous oxide almost always qualifies as "minimal s... [ Read More ]