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    Question bilateral carpal tunnel release 64721

    One of my surgeons are doing CTR on both wrists. I am unsure of how to correctly bill this code since bilateral is not allowed per the fee schedule. Can someone please help? I was thinking just to use 64721-RT, 64721-LT? Thanks.
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    Supervising Physician Requirements with Regards to Billing

    Hello, I am new to the billing/coding world. I've been coding and billing for workers compensation and have some questions. I work for an urgent care in CA with 1 supervising physician and many NP/PA/Locum providers. When billing, the 1500 has the supervising physicians name/NPI in box 17. He...
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    New York Workers Comp Billing for Anesthesia

    Hi, Our office typically bills anesthesia (provided in ASCs) in the State of NJ. We're now providing services in NY state, and I understand that are some caveats to billing workers comp carriers. I've been told that we cannot bill U&C, but instead we must bill based on the fee schedule...
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    NJ Workers Comp Appeals

    As many of you know, many NJ Workers Comp insurers pay poorly. There is no fee schedule in place, which is a good thing...but, has anyone found a means of leveraging a higher reimbursement? Though we're sometimes successful by submitting redacted comparable EOBs to these payers, most of the...
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    Need Specific State Info.- Workers Comp.

    Hey everyone! We are looking for information and/or to speak with a Coder/Biller who has Worker's Compensation experience in billing codes 99358 (Prolonged E/M) and 99080 (Specialty Reports). We are becoming a nationwide company and need this information for a variety of states. Our highest...
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    Multiple States-Workers Comp. Code Specifics

    Hey everyone! We are looking for information and/or to speak with a Coder/Biller who has Worker's Compensation experience in billing codes 99358 (Prolonged E/M) and 99080 (Specialty Reports). We are becoming a nationwide company and need this information for a variety of states. Our highest...
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