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Help! How Do You Bill Revenue Codes To Medicare Part B

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    Question Help! How Do You Bill Revenue Codes To Medicare Part B
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    Please Can Anyone Help I Am Trying To Help Out A Local Non Profit Org, They Are Contracted W/ Bcn And Mcr Partb, They Are Currently Billing Revenue Codes 910/ Iop (which According To Mcr Has Been Deleted For Several Years) And 912/partial Hospitalization (which According To Mcr Is Wrong Too) My Question Is: Can You Bill Revenue Codes To Part B? Are They Billed Just Like Cpt Codes?(only 3 Digits)? Or Do They Have To Be Credentialed W/ Part A? I Have Never Billed Revenue Codes And Am Very Confused....PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
    Amber V. Logan
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    Default Revenue Codes Medicare
    We use a 960 for facility charge and 510 for Physician charge. We are a Critical Access Hospital.
    Karen Barron, CPC
    Hampton New Hampshire Chapter

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    the revenue code is 490 for procedures done in an ASC

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbarron View Post
    We use a 960 for facility charge and 510 for Physician charge. We are a Critical Access Hospital.
    Hi, do you have to be contracted as a facility to bill these revenue codes??
    Thx for the help! This is for an out pt psychiatric center for substance abuse. Is it ok to bill these revenue codes to medicare part b?

    Amber
    Amber V. Logan
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    i believe that you do.
    Karen Barron, CPC
    Hampton New Hampshire Chapter

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