HCPCS Codes Lookup

HCPCS is an acronym for Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS). When medical coders and billers talk about HCPCS codes, they’re actually referring to HCPCS Level II codes. HCPCS Level II is the national procedure code set for healthcare practitioners, providers, and medical equipment suppliers when filing health plan claims for medical devices, supplies, medications, transportation services, and other items and services.

Among medical code sets, HCPCS Level II is the most dynamic. CMS updates HCPCS Level II codes throughout the year, based on factors that include public input and feedback from providers, manufacturers, vendors, specialty societies, Blue Cross, and others. All these updates are just one reason why you need Codify by AAPC to boost your productivity and hone your reporting accuracy.

Using flexible search with exact-keyword and related results, you’ll find the right code faster. In addition to allowing you to search by keyword, code, or code range, Codify offers numerous advantages to medical coders, including:

  • Space to check up to 25 HCPCS codes at a time
  • Tens of thousands of lay terms for HCPCS, CPT®, and ICD-10-CM
  • CPT® to HCPCS crosswalks
  • National Drug Code to CPT®/HCPCS crosswalks
  • Presentation by Code Chapters, which are then broken into Categories
  • Updates every quarter so you have the latest codes

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December 31, 1969
Adverse side effects make the Janssen vaccine an option of last resort. Emergency use authorization guidelines for Johnson 38 Johnsons COVID19 vaccine labeled as Janssen and reported with CPT code 913... [ Read More ]
December 31, 1969
Recipients still have time to report Provider Relief Fund payments if they can prove extenuating circumstances. The deadline for requesting lateProvider Relief Fund PRF reporting for Period 1 has pass... [ Read More ]
December 31, 1969
A quarterly update for the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule CLFS issued May 4 includes nine new CPT codes for proprietary laboratory analyses PLAs. Medical coding and billing staff that process claims... [ Read More ]
December 31, 1969
Medicare Advantage Organization denials raise concerns that private insurers are maximizing profits at the expense of patients. Every year tens of thousands of people enrolled in private Medicare Adva... [ Read More ]
December 31, 1969
Coverage would continue after 36 months. On April 22 2022 the Centers for Medicare 38 Medicaid Services CMS issued a proposed rule under the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 CAA that would in part... [ Read More ]
Hi, How do we get the primary non-contracted insurer to get past the clearing house in order to have a denial/EOB to provide the secondary Medicaid for claims to payout? Thx! Taylor... [ Read More ]
A patient has an IUD place in the am. She returns to the office late in the sam day in pain and wants the IUD removed. It is removed. Is this considered two office visits? Do you still bill for the IU... [ Read More ]
Patient's certification was signed after DOD who has Medicare insurance. Can we still bill to Medicare and if so what DOS can we bill? or do we need to bill to the HHA? Please help who is responsib... [ Read More ]
My provider is only contracted with Medicare. He says since he isn't contracted, he can say no and refuse to give the charts to the insurance carrier for review. Does anybody know if that's correct?... [ Read More ]
Hi Can someone help me in separating the total number of units and sites. I understand Botox is given in 31 sites and total of 155. 2 vials each of 1 units of Botox was each reconstituted with 2 cc ... [ Read More ]
Hi... We're looking for help for a United Health Commercial member. Our patient had a telephone only visit with our physician in January 2022. We used CPT code G2012 only, as we used all of 2021. Our ... [ Read More ]
Can we bill a Tertiary exam (patient is now in Observation) and Discharge codes on the same date of service?... [ Read More ]
If we mix two drugs for a patient in separate bags and bring both to chair side but during the first drug infusion the patient has a reaction, can we bill for the second drug as it was intended to giv... [ Read More ]
If we mix two drugs for a patient in separate bags and bring both to chair side but during the first drug infusion the patient has a reaction, can we bill for the second drug as it was intended to giv... [ Read More ]
Hello, I'm needing help in using the best suitable DX. Provider documented under the assessment/plan; likely suspicious Post Dural HA. SVD day 4. Are either of the following appropriate: O90.9 C... [ Read More ]