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Gyno Visist Help

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    I work in a family practice that does Gynecological exams every so often. The last coder was using S0612 but I am finding out the insurance is dening it. Do you code a 99213 as the office visit and what else goes with it. I am so confused on what to do? Any help would be great!

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    Idaho Falls, Idaho
    Is it an actual complete annual? Or just a Pelvic? Are there any problem dx codes with it?
    Tesja Erickson, CPC, CPMA COBGC, CEMC
    The Coding Surgeon
    Medical Documentation & Coding Consultant
    2012 AAPC Idaho Falls Chapter President
    2011 AAPC Idaho Falls Chapter President-Elect

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    It was a full gyno visit with a pap smear.... the dx was routine pap smear and women's wellness visit.

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