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Radiology - profee billing for multiple studies

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    Does anyone have any information on the profee billing of multiple studies performed on the same day (i.e. three chest x-rays on one specific day). Can these each be billed or is there a rule that you can only bill for so many a day.

    Thanks to all who have any information.

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    Hi,

    My suggestion is we can bill multiple studies for the same day with approp modifier and also based on the cc.

    Regds,
    Joseph Amalraj Antonisamy CPC-H

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    NCCI Policy Manual for Medicare Services on the CMS website contains some helpful information...

    Have a look at Chapter 9 for radiology.

    http://www.cms.hhs.gov/NationalCorrectCodInitEd/

    Hope this helps,
    Anthony McCallum, CPC, CIRCC, CPC-I, CCS
    ciphermed@optonline.net

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    You can bill for each and use the 76/77 modifiers. There's no limit on the number per day that can be billed but some insurances have their own policies on how many they're going to pay for per day.

    Diane Huston, CPC,RCC

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    You can bill for each and use the 76/77 modifiers. There's no limit on the number per day that can be billed but some insurances have their own policies on how many they're going to pay for per day.

    thomasreddi cpc

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