We use the Vep testing in our office. We had alot of issues in the beginning, however, we have worked most of the problems out. We use V80.2 as a diagnosis for all insurances except for Aetna they require V20.2. Oxford is the only insurance not paying for the test at all however the majority of insurances applied the test to the patients deductible and this angered many parents because they did not realize this. We now have a policy where we inform all patients that there insurance may apply the test to deductible and we inform them of the cost and let them choose. Most parents choose to have the test. We also recently starting billing for the supplies to perform the test A6411, A4558, and A4556 we are tracking to see which insurance companies are actually paying for this.
Hope this helps.
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