Workers Comp is different in every state, they are not a HIPAA covered entity so they are not required to follow standard guidelines and such. Work Comp is allowed to state which year of the CPT book they use for their fee schedule and that is the year codes you need to use for the work comp claims. usually this can be found by going into your state work comp website and looking at the physician fee schedule, most will then tell you what year version this is based on. You usually have to look very close as sometimes it is written as a tiny footnote.
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