What diagnosis are you using? I work at an Hematology/Oncology clinic and we do Procrit and Aranesp all the time. Along with EA, we use EC, EJ and JB.
For EA, it has to be anemia due to chemotherapy-we use 285.9 and V58.11 or E933.1. Usually if they are having chemotherapy that day, we will use
V58.11 secondary, if they are not getting chemo that day, we use E933.1 secondary. I don't think it matters which as they are both on the covered Medicare guidelines. The EC is Anemia of chronic disease-285.29, and then code whatever disease.
Hope this helps!?
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