Tales of a Coder Part IV: The Iconic CPT Book
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CMS issues clarification of E&M policy
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Understanding Principal Diagnosis Selection
Part ll: Tales of a Coder
Beware of RACs Bearing Gifts
Tales of a Coder Part I: Choosing the Right Medical Coding Training Program
Potential CMS Extension for E-RX Exemptions
The Preventive Service Modifier: Modifier 33
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We have had some debate over when we can use the codes for IV injection initial (96374) and IV injection additional (96375).
When a CPT code is not listed on the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule, how does one determine reimbursement? This is the case, for example, with CPT code 88313-special stains; group II, all other (e.g., iron, trichrome), except immunocytochemistry and im
To which Medicare contractor would a claim be submitted when a pharmacy dispenses a drug that will be administered through implanted DME but a physicians service will not be used to fill the pump with the drug?
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