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    csperoni replied to the thread Question Laparoscopy.
    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: I'm just so used to the term, I never even thought about it that way. The implants are there already by the patients own biological process and the physician is removing/destroying them. At least I hope no one is...
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    csperoni replied to the thread Question E/M codes with 99199.
    Unlisted codes (whether 99199 or any other unlisted) are used when there is no existing CPT code to accurately describe the services provided. Whether or not it's appropriate to bill with 99213 and the fee depends on what you are using it for...
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    kayleeevans907 reacted to Jejohnson's post in the thread Blessed with Like Like.
    I just needed to let everyone know that there is still good in this world and praise the Lord I am feeling blessings all around me. Panicking about the money I have invested and the blessing of a job I accepted the month I started the program...
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    Can 99199 - Unlisted special service, procedure or report be billed alone or it serves as an adjunct code to the basic services rendered such as an office visit 99213 ? Also, is 99199 should be $0 charge ? Thank you!
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    What is the appropriate ICD 10 for a pre term delivery by C-section, third trimester. I know it's not O82. Can someone assist with this? Thanks, Mark A. COBGC
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    DES causes KCS. Therefore, only 1 chronic condition. I had a large dry eye practice when I was in active practice so that's about all the documentation I can give you :) Tom Cheezum, OD, CPC, COPC
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    The description is "Intravenous infusion, casirivimab and imdevimab includes infusion and post administration monitoring." If M0243 includes the infusion, then you cannot bill for it a second time separately.
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    csperoni replied to the thread Question Vag twin delivery.
    The above is assuming your state Medicaid accepts global ob billing. I know some want it split/unbundled. If split, then your would bill your delivery only code (with -22 if appropriate from above guidance) and your antepartum and postpartum...
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    Does the provider have to be a licensed clinical psychologist to bill incident to for their interns? I have a CSWA that is our intern and her supervising provider would be an LCSW. Could we bill incident-to? I've been researching this and...
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    Hmm - still not following. Can you explain where you are seeing that injections and PT count as data? Keep in mind that the AMA defines tests as "laboratory services, diagnostic imaging, psychometric, or physiological data". The Data to Review...
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    But I still can code a 96365 or 96367 with it right for an infusion
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    I agree with the above comment. That diagnosis would not warrant 29863. Also, welcome to ortho! I'm happy to help if you ever have questions.
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    kimberlywatson reacted to Orthocoderpgu's post in the thread Question 29806 w/ 29807? with Like Like.
    When 29806 & 29807 are both performed, 29806 is the primary procedure.
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    M0243, intravenous infusion, casirivimab and imdevimab includes infusion and post-administration monitoring Correct. That means you don't charge separately for the time to monitor the patient after the infusion.
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