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Peak flow meter

kmillsaps

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I need your help! What is your office charging for 94150(peak flow meter) and what kind of reimbursment are you getting?

Karen Millsaps:)
 

EARREYGUE

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I know we bill $25.00 ,but I dont see our reimbursement. On the Blue Shield Website they cover at $27.62, Blue Cross Website says $20.59, and Medi-cal $5.57.Sorry this is all the info I have.
 

kmillsaps

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What kind of meter do you use and do you use disposal ones?

Karen Millsaps, cpc
 

hgarrett113

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Would the code or reimbursement be different depending on the type of meter the office uses?

Hollie Garrett, CPC
 

msmith102

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Per CPT Assist April 1999 page 11, a Peak Flow is considered part of the E/M and is not separately billable.
 
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