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Modifier 24 + 25

  1. #1
    Long Island/New York
    Default Modifier 24 + 25
    Medical Coding Books
    Can you use modifier 24 and 25 on same E/M code? If not which modifier would be used? Thanks.

  2. #2
    North Carolina
    I've had to use this combination many times in order to receive payment for claims that were unrelated to the post-op and separately identifiable from the procedure.
    Last edited by RebeccaWoodward*; 03-09-2010 at 10:51 AM.

  3. #3
    El Paso, Texas
    Default Modifier 24 and 25
    I have used both of these modifiers with E/M codes in many situations and have all ways recieved payment. Depending of course how they are being used with the E/M

  4. #4
    Long Island/New York
    thank you both..

  5. Default
    Does the order make a difference? This does not seem to be clearing the edit in our billing system.

  6. Default Idx 24, 25
    In the IDX system we are using for billing the 24 modifier is first, then 25 in the second position.

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