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Let's start a pysch coding email group!

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    Medical Coding Books

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    Great idea. Please add me to the group.

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    Please add me too..
    cdelacruz@westmedgroup.com

    Thank you!

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    Please add me!

    rebeccafear@gmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimberlySherman View Post
    Hello fellow psych coders,

    I am new to psychiatry and have not found a lot of helpful information on coding psych. There is some, such as the APA and books by Chester Schmidt. There are a few courses and such offered, but they look like they are mostly for physicians rather than coders.

    I think it would be great to start an email network of psych coders, where we could send out quick questions to each other during the work day and they could be answered by anyone who has a minute to help out. We could help each other out and maybe we could all do the best possible job with our psych coding.

    This is what my colleagues and I do where I work, and it works so well! The only problem is: none of us has much experience with psych coding.

    Please post your email address to add to the list, or just say what you think of this idea.
    Hi All! I was wondering if any of the Psych coders out there have experience with billing for Neuropsych testing services for Psy. Ds? I am having a tough time and just wanted to make sure I'm doing everything correctly. Thanks!!!!

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    Hi, please add my email susanre@ccomaha.org

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    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone knew the Numerical cpt code for Intensive outpatient billing. we currently use hcpcs code H0015 and we were told by BC that there is a cpt numerical equivalent that we should be using. I have searched online but cannot find one.



    Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I would like to be a part of this. I have been doing psych coding since 2005 and have a wealth of knowledge at my disposal. prof1966@msn.com

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    I was wondering if anyone knew the Numerical cpt code for Intensive outpatient billing. we currently use hcpcs code H0015 and we were told by BC that there is a cpt numerical equivalent that we should be using. I have searched online but cannot find one.



    Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkarina03 View Post
    I was wondering if anyone knew the Numerical cpt code for Intensive outpatient billing. we currently use hcpcs code H0015 and we were told by BC that there is a cpt numerical equivalent that we should be using. I have searched online but cannot find one.



    Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Look in the cpt book in the 90804-90899 range to find the equivalent. It would depend on whether it is inpatient, outpatient, initial, subsequent, and time. I hope this helps!
    Chastity Nault, CPC
    HIM Professional Services Coder - Remote

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