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Asc and modifier sequence

  1. Default Asc and modifier sequence
    Medical Coding Books
    When billing for an asc, does the cpt modifier (ex. -51)come before the hcpcs modifier (ex. Rt)? For example should the code be listed as 67113, -51, rt or 67113, rt, -51?

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    Monmouth, NJ & Dover, DE
    The 51 modifier is not an approved ASC modifier - unless the carrier you are billing requires a 51. If it does place the 51 then the [rt or lt] :-)

  3. #3
    Monmouth, NJ & Dover, DE
    I know this might be a bit out dated but it gives a little info on ASC mods and such...

  4. Default Thanks a bunch
    Thanks a bunch for your help and very helpful link. This clears up much confusion for us at our ASC

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