I code for a nephrology office and we do Venofer infusions, and we have found that they can be difficult to get reimbursed. We found that you cannot bill for an Aranesp injection and an iron infusion on the same day. You need the NDC code for medicaid. the J1756 is for Venofer (iron sucrose) this is the one that will have an NDC code located on the vial. 96374 is the code for the physician to administer the IV. the Q I have not used, I would need to know which code you were told. I have found a lot of information from the CMS website, since a lot of our nephrology patients have Medicare primary. Hope that helps, if you have any questions, I'll try to get an answer for you.
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