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90772 "need help stat"

  1. Cool 90772 "need help stat"
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    Does anyone know if cpt code 90772 therapeutic inj has changed to a new cpt code? We are having problem, the insurance is rejecting this code saying "this is not valid".


    Thanks in advance

    MsMaddy

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    Default Cpt code 90772
    Hello Ms. Maddy

    The code 90772 has been deleted in 2009 cpt code book and replace with cpt code 96372. I hope this helps you.

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    yes, the new cpt code is 96372, effective, 010109
    Amber V. Logan
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    Preferred Medical Mgmt. Solutions

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    yes, the 907XX has changed to 963XX effective 01-01-09

  5. Wink Theresa Gimpel, Cpc, Cgsc
    Yes, 90772 Has Changed To 96372, Effective 1/1/09
    Theresa Gimpel, CPC-GENSG

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    According to description of 963xx code.. does it replace 90772 or has 90772 simply been deleted without a valid code to replace it?? Can we only bill 99211 with the J code? This is my interpretation.. please advise if I am wrong? Thank you!!

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    96372 has replaced 90772
    Herbie W Lorona Jr., CPC, CPC-H
    hlorona@up2parmedicalclinic.com

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    Old Code
    New Code

    90760
    96360

    90761
    96361

    90765
    96365

    90766
    96366

    90767
    96367

    90768
    96368

    90769
    96369

    90770
    96370

    90771
    96371

    90772
    96372

    90773
    96373

    90774
    96374

    90775
    96375

    90776
    96376

    Hope this helps!!

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    I am using the new code and have had letters sent back to me stating that they need the "time in minutes, any modifiers etc. United Healthcare has sent me 4 letters. I don't know if they are set up for this code??? cr

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    What kind of provider are you billing for? It sounds like they think it's an anesthesia provider.
    Pam Tienter, CPC, COC, CPC-P, CCS-P, CPMA, CPC-I, AAPC Fellow
    AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer
    AAPC National ICD-10-CM Trainer

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