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Physicians providers and suppliersshould note the Centers for Medicare 38 Medicaid Services8217 CMS8217srecent coding policy changes to several clinical diagnostic laboratory services8217 national cov... [ Read More ]
I was wondering if I could ask a question regarding flu shots for employees? Our facility suggests that everyone get a flu shot yearly. We sign a form stating we either accept or decline the shot. For... [ Read More ]
Hello! So i am coding for a Podiatry provider and he keeps charging a 99024 with custom orthotics L3020-LT L3020-RT. This patient never had surgery, it should be an office visit. Shes a regular patie... [ Read More ]
Can someone tell me why I am not getting paid for both 43249 and 43239-XS with Blue Cross Medicare Advantage plans?
43249 was billed with DX code K22.2 and 43239-XS was billed with K31.89 and R13.19.... [ Read More ]
I passed the CPC exam in the spring of 2020, and the only job I have been able to find is collections. There's not really in room for advancement at this time where I currently work, so I'm job huntin... [ Read More ]
CPT suggests each increment of 12-26 hours for review of data, technical description by EEG tech be coded with 95708. When we use a quantity greater than one, for example, 95708x3, we receive an MUE ... [ Read More ]
We have a claim that we are billing to UHC with procedure code 29806. The documentation is brief and to the point. It is as follows:
Findings: Small reverse Hill-Sachs lesion and torn posterior... [ Read More ]
Quick question regarding skin tags and excisions. A patient has come into the office to have a intermittent bleed skin tag removed due to clothing catching.
The provider removed skin tag by e... [ Read More ]
Does anyone know when this ICD - 10 code is appropriate? S06.5x9D-Traumatic subdural hemorrhage with loss of consciousness of unspecified duration, subsequent encounter? I have a patient case where ... [ Read More ]