V76.51/v12.72???

danazaw

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per hospital we have to bill
V76.51, V12.72= G0105

V76.51, V16.0 = G0105


I do

V12.72= G0105
V16.0=G0105
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coachlang3

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You do not need to bill the V76.51 with either G0104, G0105. It is inherent in the CPT code that it is a screening. However, if you were to use a 45378 or other diagnostic CPT code, then you could use the V76.51 as the first diagnosis.

Is this for Medicare?
 

danazaw

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no Blue Cross is telling pts and Troy Beaumont is telling pts that is that I am billing it wrong.
They are telling them that I have to do it that way but, I don't understand why and how:confused:
 
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