V20.3 should have a fifth digit. Judging by the diagnosis you have chosen your provider has seen an infant most likely under 8 days old (V20.31) and also based on the 99460 code you have chosen.
99391 should have a V20.32 or V20.2 depending on carrier preference though specificity would point to V20.32.
And on the 84030, am curious if you actually drew blood or was it a pku card that was performed? If it's the regular newborn pku screening kit then the diag best suited is V77.3 and some carriers prefer the S code hcpcs or the 36416 for the heel stick.
It's difficult to know exactly without more detail but this should at least get you started.
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