?? but if there's already one that lists all the CPT codes, and then all the covered dx's under it...
why would you need one in reverse? it's all there.. you'd just look up the CPT code you're billing/coding out - and as you say, the covered dx's are under it.
I guess I'm wondering what difference it makes which way you look it up - via CPT or DX..
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