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Modifiers X7 and X9

  1. #1
    Default Modifiers X7 and X9
    Medical Coding Books
    Hello. Does anyone know the how modifiers X7 and X9 may have been used in the past? I am assuming these are old codes since I cannot locate them in recent coding reference books. Thank you.

  2. #2
    Greater Orlando
    In what context do you find X7 and X9 being used as HCPCS modifiers (CPT or HCPCS II)?

    Doing a Google search, I noticed that X7 and X9 are listed among the UB04 condition codes.
    Ron McKenzie, CPC-A
    Greater Orlando FL Chapter

  3. #3
    Default Modifiers X7 and X9
    Ron, I see them attached to DME and supply codes. Would these describe the condition of the unit/DME? Thanks, Bridget

  4. #4
    Columbia, MO
    once upon a time there were 3 levels of HCPC codes and level 3 were what they called local codes they were codes and modifier that began with W X Y and Z. they were deemed non HIPAA compliant in 2000 and were dissolved. So it is not a valid modifier you are looking at. I am not sure what else thesecould be. You might ask whoever is using them.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

  5. #5
    Greater Orlando

    Thanks. I've learned another new fact.
    Ron McKenzie, CPC-A
    Greater Orlando FL Chapter

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