CPT® 96377, Under Therapeutic, Prophylactic, and Diagnostic Injections and Infusions (Excludes Chemotherapy and Other Highly Complex Drug or Highly Complex Biologic Agent Administration)

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 96377 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Therapeutic, Prophylactic, and Diagnostic Injections and Infusions (Excludes Chemotherapy and Other Highly Complex Drug or Highly Complex Biologic Agent Administration).

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Summary

The provider fills a specially developed injector device with medication and applies the attached patch to the skin of a patient; on activation, the injector automatically inserts a cannula under the skin (subcutaneously) for delivery of medication at a timed interval following activation. An on–body injector permits supply or larger quantities of medications to be delivered in increments at timed intervals.

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