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Billing NST for twins to bc/bs

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    Default Billing NST for twins to bc/bs
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    I billed two lines of 59025, second line had modifier 59 w/ dx code of 651.03 (1st dx cod) and the second dx code as 659.63 and they are still denying the claim. Any idea what is wrong with this?

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    There is nothing wrong with it. We get paid on that exactly claim from BCBS all the time. You would need to call and fight this.

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