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CPT 80307, Under Presumptive Drug Class Screening Procedures

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code 80307 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Presumptive Drug Class Screening Procedures.

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October 18, 2019
The government is keeping a close eye on how you are coding claims. Are you? The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is updating its Work Plan this month with new watch items that pertain to Medicare. A... [ Read More ]
November 02, 2018
Here is what you need to know about recent changes that will help you differentiate the two. The past few years have brought changes in CPT® and HCPCS Level II coding for presumptive toxicology scree... [ Read More ]
June 19, 2018
Presumptive drug testing services may be performed prior to definitive drug screen testing (80320-80377), when a provider wants to rule out illicit drug uses or to confirm the presence of a particula... [ Read More ]
May 11, 2018
If you’re reporting presumptive drug tests using codes 80305-80307, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reminds medical coders and billers that you can use G0340-G0383 for Medicare... [ Read More ]
April 01, 2017
Awareness plays a role in recent and forthcoming code changes. Over the past four years, major changes have occurred in mental health coding and drug screen services. These originated partly due to CP... [ Read More ]
Hello all, I am hoping for some guidance with a denial for ICD N64.1 = fat necrosis of breast. We consistently see this denial and when I query the pathologist this is the true diagnosis. Most rece... [ Read More ]
If anyone can provide me with some insight as to how to read/code this report I would greatly appreciate it. If I have a patient whose results are 100% for Donor is it appropriate to code: z9481? If... [ Read More ]
HELP! We are an independent lab, and we get samples from many offices in many different states. Should we be appending a modifier 90 to our labs that we bill for, but a different lab is actually doing... [ Read More ]
our providers bill 88361 x4 on gastro samples; the antibodies are MUC, P53, AMAR and CD. We are getting differing opinions. Some say do not use 88361 for any of the antibodies, some say to only use... [ Read More ]
Our office just recently began billing 80307. We have multiple locations from which urine samples are collected, but these samples are all sent to our main location for analysis, which is the location... [ Read More ]
Can 81003 and 81015 be billed together for same patient and same date of service?... [ Read More ]
I work for a dermatology and plastic surgery practice and we are getting a pathologist on staff next month. I have never done pathology coding and wondering if anyone has an idea of any good webinars ... [ Read More ]
Right now we do not bill anything for blood collection for labs when that blood is drawn from a port. I work in Oncology and Hematology and we have a lab onsite. When patients come in for lab work o... [ Read More ]
Is this a true statement? I found this in the comments of the 2020 OPPS proposed rule: Hospitals do not bill 93000 due to HIPAA transaction sets, as it is a CPT code that includes both the profess... [ Read More ]
Has anyone else out there seen this? There's a new (been out for about 2 years) method some places are using to obtain samples from lung cancer patients. On the report I just read it was referred to... [ Read More ]