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Screening Procedures HCPCS Code range M1000-M1071

The HCPCS codes range Screening Procedures M1000-M1071 is a standardized code set necessary for Medicare and other health insurance providers to provide healthcare claims.

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HCPCS Code Range M1000- M1071

Physicians are better equipped to correctly diagnose Medicare patients with hypertension thanks to a new national coverage policy. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued, Jul... [ Read More ]

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released on June 20 the ICD-10-CM code descriptions, tables and index, and addendum for fiscal year 2020. There are 273 additions, 21 deletion... [ Read More ]

The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and United States friends will gather to celebrate our independence. With the celebration comes a slew of accidents and injuries. Here are some ICD-... [ Read More ]

With so many complications that involve many specialties, correct coding is essential on many levels. Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a systemic condition prevalent throughout the United States and the s... [ Read More ]

The root cause of the dementia will lead you to the correct diagnosis code. A diagnosis of “dementia” requires us to first understand the term. According to the Alzheimer’s Association: Demen... [ Read More ]

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Please help. we have rejects with UNITED healthcare for billing 93306, 93000-51 and 99214. They denied the 93306 for "TC- no details to support" a... [ Read More ]
I work for Emergency Department physicians, they don't work for the hospital and bill separately. We have started having issues with EKG's- 93010, Electrocardiogram, routine ECG... [ Read More ]
Can you bill these together if that is the only thing done at that day
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Hello-my provider is wanting me to start billing CPT 12032 anytime he implants a perm spinal cord stimulator. I cannot locate rules on this, but seems like it would be bundled ... [ Read More ]
Need help. Patient has 70% stenosis of Left Circumflex and 70% stenosis of 1st OM and 100% chronic total occlusion of Lateral 1st OM. Intervention was 1. stenting of Left Cir... [ Read More ]
We have acquired a new Bariatric practice and they have a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS) that does intermittent ‘Exercise Counseling’ Consultatio... [ Read More ]
Hello, I am scheduled to take my CPC Exam for the first attempt next month. Are there any studying tips or tricks anyone can offer? Is medical terminology a huge part of the tes... [ Read More ]
I am in the process of going for my CPC exam, and I already work at a hospital and had a interview for a coding position. However they told me I do not have enough experience, I... [ Read More ]
Hello, would you code the below as 44204? I see that the terminal ileum was released, so I didn't know if I should lean toward 44205. Thanks in advance for any help

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Patient treated with splint for fracture(S82.831A) and refer him to ortho care in urgent care.

In ortho care, the physician evaluvate and said that contiune the spl... [ Read More ]