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    St. Paul

    Default EPO Denial

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    We have a pt that is receiving J0881 for 284.9(hypoplastic anemia) we are having trouble figuring out how to get this covered by Medicare. Does anyone have any ideas.
    Danielle Charboneau CPC

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    Apr 2007
    North Carolina


    Does your local Medicare carrier have a LCD for this service?




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