Wouldn't you use the E/M or Eye Codes for non-medicare?
The reason for the visit is the glaucoma screening, but the visit code is the same as anything else. The problem with screening per se is only about who is going to pay for the visit. Most insurances will not cover routine, preventive, no signs or symptoms exams. Unless the patient's coverage includes these preventive services, it would be out of pocket expense but this is not related to the actual CPT code.
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