The insurance plans are getting better with providing guidelines on what they will or will not pay. But, with that being said...the websites can be hard to navigate. "Coding" and "billing" are similar yet they can be very different, at times. Just when you nailed down the concept of the "coding convention", the carrier creates edits and guidelines they may deviate from the very thing you learned. The answers you're looking for may depend on where you live. One state can vary on their guidelines for the very same code. There are some super, super coders on this forum. What you don't understand...post your questions here. Someone will know the answer.
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