The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code 96365 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Therapeutic, Prophylactic, and Diagnostic Injections and Infusions (Excludes Chemotherapy and Other Highly Complex Drug or Highly Complex Biologic Agent Administration).
Collaboration ensures medical services and supplies are properly documented and coded according to guidelines. There are many nuances associated with injection and infusion coding. Definitions for ... [ Read More ]
Q: What is the proper CPT® coding for Reclast® infusion? Reclast® requires a 30-minute hydration prior to administration. May we report this separately? A: Reclast® (zoledronic acid) is an infu... [ Read More ]
Billing time-based services won’t be an endurance race if you have a plan of action and follow the rules. Over the course of two decades, various medical specialties have had to adapt to the “c... [ Read More ]
Across the country, in offices and facilities, coders are having trouble with CPT® 96372 Therapueutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic injection, specify substance, or drug; subcutaneous or intramuscu... [ Read More ]
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