So far from what I have read, the fact that the patient smokes is not enough, so 305.1, alone, will not get it paid. Again, just from what I have read so far, what I understand is that the patient must have a smoking-related illness. Anyway, I would try to find more info on what documentation is needed to bill for 99406/99407.
I found some articles that may help you. Take a look.
Hope this helps!
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