These do not change that often really, you get updates every quarter for APCs but these do not change every quarter, most of these have been in place since 2000. Every CPT code is assigned a status indicator, they tell us how these codes are processed or viewed byt the payer, such as all visit level codes have a V, and x-rays are an X, and CT scans are an S. Addendum B of the federal register has the list of all CPT codes and their corresponding status indicator. I hope this answers your question.
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