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    We're billing the following scenario and can't seem to get all of the codes paid:

    99325
    76825
    76828

    Billing with dx code 659.73.

    They always tell us to write off the 76825 code. Could someone advise us on what we're doing wrong? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamkole View Post
    We're billing the following scenario and can't seem to get all of the codes paid:

    99325
    76825
    76828

    Billing with dx code 659.73.

    They always tell us to write off the 76825 code. Could someone advise us on what we're doing wrong? Thank you!

    1) curious to know where is the POS...is the pt in a rest home type facility???
    2) the f/u ECHO is done on a separate day as the initial ECHO so that's why it's denied
    Rachele Porter, AS, CPC, CPC-H, CEDC
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    Are you sure you aren't wanting to bill a 76827, 76825 & 93325? Why would you bill a follow-up (76828) on the same dos?

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    None of us had any cardiology coding background and the actual physician was giving us the codes!! It took us awhile to figure out he was using the wrong code selection together. Thank you for your responses!

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