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If an NP in a multispecialty office does an exam, provides some infusions and then also has a PT provide some therapy services on the same day, can both the NP and PT put charges on the same HFCA form... [ Read More ]
58-year-old patient who is presenting with acute ischemia of the right leg.
CTA showed thrombus in the popliteal artery and poor flow from the mid calf down
He is here for a right leg... [ Read More ]
I am working for NW Asthma and Allergy as a biller and one co workers asked me how we could get some claims paid on the administration of a experimental drug; Ligelizumab. this is her que... [ Read More ]
I need feedback from Auditors and fellow coders. Let me start off by stating this provider does handwritten notes, which in itself is an issue. It is not at all helpful in justifying the level of care... [ Read More ]
What ICD10 would you assign to: Pancreatic neck mass, Low-grade neuroendocrine tumor. Here are the guidelines I have been given: Any help appreciated.
Neuroendocrine tumors are almost always ... [ Read More ]
Our practice seems to be having an issue with the visual acquity screening (99173) being billed with a E/M service(99391-99394). We append modifier 25 to the E/M service and on the 99173 we have tried... [ Read More ]
Be sure pediatric ED documentation and coding reflect the demands of your specialty. By Jim Strafford CEDC MCSP Emergency department ED coding is placeofservice driven. Coding the five ED levels 99281... [ Read More ]
Orthopedists who treat pediatric patients for fractures have three new ICD9CM codes to use come Oct. 1. Report ICD9CM code 813.46 Torus fractures of ulna alone when the patient fractures only the ulna... [ Read More ]