It depends. What was the denial code from the insurance company? There could be many factors for the denial. Were these codes billed with other codes that would include them; what insurance does this patient have; Is this service covered by the patient's insurance; Was prior auth required and if so was it obtained; If this is a medicare patient, was the LCD looked at? All of these factors need to be looked at. Based on your post I don't think that anyone can really give you an answer, more information is needed.
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