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How to Code "Roll for Control" Class

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    Our office is starting a Roll for control class for urinary incontinence. I am trying to find out what CPT (if any) this would fall under. Any help you could offer is appreciated.
    Thanks
    Susan Nodine, CPC
    Alaska Urologcial
    auabilling3@akurological.com

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    Default "roll for control" class
    Is this a credentialed provider performing the services or a nurse or tech?
    ScottShar

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    From what I've been told it would an RN.
    Thanks
    Susan

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    Quote Originally Posted by snodine View Post
    Our office is starting a Roll for control class for urinary incontinence. I am trying to find out what CPT (if any) this would fall under. Any help you could offer is appreciated.
    Thanks
    Susan Nodine, CPC
    Alaska Urologcial
    auabilling3@akurological.com
    Rachele Porter, AS, CPC, CPC-H, CEDC
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