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    Question Is H0015 a per diem code and what services does it include?

    The description of H0015 is Alcohol and/or drug services; intensive outpatient (treatment program that operates at least 3 hours/day and at least 3 days/week and is based on an individualized treatment plan), including assessment, counseling; crisis intervention, and activity therapies or...
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    UB04 box 76 OP facility claim

    We are an outpatient facility billing for IOP on UB04 claims. The counselors there do not have NPI's so we've always billed with our medical directors name and billing NPI. Is this accurate? Should we bill with the LADC provider name and facility NPI or is either correct? I was taught to bill...
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    Group- Substance/Alcohol Abuse

    I am in Arizona and bill for a counselors office. I am wondering which code to use for a group therapy that is for substance and/or alcohol abuse. It is an intensive outpatient therapy but not all of the patients attending the group sessions meet the HCPCS requirement for the group (H0015; which...
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    Eating Disorder IOP

    I am new to the IOP billing and need to know if the provider is able to bill S9480 and 90853 together on a UB-04?
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    Revenue Code Selection

    Our organization provides adult substance abuse and mental health services. We provide residential, PHP and IOP services. We would like to bill for the professional psychotherapy sessions that our pyschiatrist and internal medicine visits that our internal medicine physician providers...
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    Billing for IOP/DBT --- HELP

    Does anyone know anything about billing for IOP? Or know anything about specific codes to use when billing for DBT?
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    Billing for alcohol/substance abuse INITIAL ASSESSMENTS

    Hi CodingKing, I started working in behaviroal health about six months ago so I don't have much experience with the specialty. Currently working in the residential center providing RES/PHP/IOP services. My question is in regards to my outpatient clinic coding. Typically for a patient that is...