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93010 - are multiple units allowed

  1. Question 93010 - are multiple units allowed
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    are multiple units allowed for CPT 93010?

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    Smile are multiple units allowed for CPT 93010?
    Yes you may bill multiple units; however, depending on the insurancewill determine how the units are billed.

    Example Medicare 3 units
    Unit
    93010 1
    93010/76 1
    93010/76 1


    Example Medicaid 3 units
    93010 3

    Florida Medicaid let us bundle the units all together for billing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennie2223 View Post
    Yes you may bill multiple units; however, depending on the insurancewill determine how the units are billed.

    Example Medicare 3 units
    Unit
    93010 1
    93010/76 1
    93010/76 1


    Example Medicaid 3 units
    93010 3

    Florida Medicaid let us bundle the units all together for billing.
    To clarify, are y ou saying 3 units are allowed?

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    Yes you can bill multiple EKG interps as long as medical necessity supports it. How it is billed on the claim should be determined by your carrier and how they prefer it be billed.

    Be sure the EKG's were done as a diagnostic test (patient is having signs/symptoms or other indications) and not as a baseline screening before and/or after a procedure.
    Olivia Price, CPC, CCC
    Physician Coder Supervisor
    The University of Kansas Health System

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    Also, if there is another procedure the same day, i.e. Echo, heart Cath, stress test, etc... you will have to append 59 to 93010. Double check with Florida but this is the case with Nebraska

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    Thanks everyone!

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