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Zometa J3487

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    Has anyone recently experienced Zometa denials? I have a page of edits for invalid diagnosis and my claims all have the bone mets diagnosis (198.5). Never had these edits before unless the bone mets diagnosis was missing all together.

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    Bettendorf, Iowa
    We haven't had any recent denials. We use the 198.5 + primary dx; or the approp mult myeloma dx. Are your denials all with the same insurance?
    Ruth Long CPC,CHONC

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