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Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 13:16:00 in Cardiology
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Posted By lana on 08-10-2006, 13:58:00 in Ob-Gyn
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Posted By Christie on 10-19-2005, 20:08:00 in Radiology
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Posted By lana on 10-03-2006, 14:09:00 in Ob-Gyn
-----Original Message----- From: L. Flatt [mailto:lflatt@cookevilleobgyn.com] Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 9:55 AM To: CODING LIST/OB/GYN (obgyn@...
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Posted By nancy on 11-09-2006, 18:41:00 in Ophthalmology
Hi List, We've recently started doing disc photos and are biling with 92250. Medicare is stating that 92250 is included in the reimbursement of 92...
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Posted By Sandra on 06-07-2005, 16:23:00 in Urology
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Posted By Christie on 08-09-2006, 20:28:00 in Radiology
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Posted By Kelly on 03-13-2006, 16:32:00 in Oncology
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Posted By lisa on 10-13-2006, 13:53:00 in General Surgery
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Posted By Amanda on 02-22-2007, 21:56:00 in Ophthalmology
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Posted By Kelly on 03-29-2006, 19:04:00 in Oncology
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Posted By Amanda on 10-12-2005, 17:42:00 in Ophthalmology
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Posted By Lillian on 07-14-2016, 09:50:32 in Ob-Gyn
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Posted By Kelly on 09-06-2005, 14:21:00 in Oncology
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Posted By Amanda on 03-19-2002, 15:16:00 in Ophthalmology
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Posted By jan on 10-04-2001, 16:20:00 in Emergency Department
OK LISt, I am opening myself up to alot of "is she nuts " comments, but I really need some input, so be gentle but any help is welcom...
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Posted By marion on 10-06-2006, 01:34:00 in Cardiology
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Posted By Christie on 07-19-2005, 13:47:00 in Radiology
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Posted By Amanda on 12-22-2006, 16:20:00 in Ophthalmology
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Posted By Christie on 08-16-2006, 17:20:00 in Radiology
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Posted By Christie on 01-17-2007, 20:19:00 in Radiology
Hello List, If fluoro is used for a chest at the time of PICC line placement, can I code both 36569 and 77001? I know I can code fluoro with the...
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Posted By Amanda on 05-28-2015, 15:19:00 in Ophthalmology
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Posted By annie on 03-10-2007, 23:20:00 in Ob-Gyn
i have received a denial for using cpt 76813 saying it's not a valid cpt code. as of what date can we use cpt 76813 which is a new cpt code for nucha...
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Posted By lana on 12-08-2006, 16:31:00 in Ob-Gyn
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Posted By Angie on 06-01-2005, 21:45:00 in Radiology
Hello all I was wondering if you could help me with a question regarding cervical views.  When the interp states flexion and extension views perf...
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Posted By annie on 05-01-2002, 10:30:00 in Ob-Gyn
doctor did 2 sonograms. one was to evaluate fetal position, size, activity etc which would be a 76815. In the second sonogram the doctor visualized ...
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Posted By Barbara on 12-01-2006, 13:27:00 in Ophthalmology
Good morning list Do you know if the photos procedure 92250 (Retinal photos) can be billed when it is associated with a diabetes diagnosis rather tha...
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Posted By Amanda on 05-18-2002, 15:06:00 in Ophthalmology
We've been working on getting our doctors to be sure to order the ascan in the chart vs having a standing order when doing surgery do ascan. The...
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Posted By lana on 10-02-2006, 16:05:00 in Ob-Gyn
Medicare pt makes appt for "physical". She comes in and refuses pelvic exam; wants only "Medicare screening" breast exam; no problems. Can we cha...
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Posted By annie on 05-28-2002, 16:23:00 in Ob-Gyn
pt came in with bleeding and doctor did a chemical cauterization of the cervix. looking in cpt book i see chemical cauterization of granulation tiss...
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Posted By Amanda on 01-16-2002, 15:10:00 in Ophthalmology
If a patient shows up to our office and states that she had surgery at another location and needs someone to do her follow-up are we required to bil...
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Posted By f. on 02-02-2006, 15:28:00 in Orthopedic
starting in 2006 Medicare has replaced confirmatory consultation codes: 99271, 99272, 99273, 99274, and 99275. What are you using in replacemen...
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Posted By chandra on 08-18-2005, 16:34:00 in Urology
Hi I sent this out yesterday but no responses, please help if you can, thanks chandra dr says he started with a scrotal exploration then proceed...
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Posted By annie on 03-07-2007, 20:22:00 in Ob-Gyn
our physician was doing a section while another patient delivered vaginally. our physician was not there at all for the 2nd patient's delivery. the r...
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Posted By Christie on 02-10-2006, 16:55:00 in Radiology
Hello List, Our radiologist was a co-surgeon for repairing AAA & inserting endovascular implantation. My question is there are 2 ICD-9 DX codes ...
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Posted By lana on 01-09-2007, 18:00:00 in Ob-Gyn
-----Original Message----- From: L. Flatt [mailto:lflatt@cookevilleobgyn.com] Sent: Monday, January 08, 2007 5:45 PM To: CODING LIST/OB/GYN (obgyn@...
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Posted By lana on 05-01-2007, 12:43:00 in Ob-Gyn
-----Original Message----- From: L. Flatt [mailto:lflatt@cookevilleobgyn.com] Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 2:56 PM To: CODING LIST/OB/GYN (obgyn@co...
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Posted By Jennifer on 02-12-2002, 18:13:00 in Urology
The last seminar I attended-(MCVEY 01/2002)- someone who was there said that they saw somewhere that Medicare requires that pathology reports come bac...
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Posted By lana on 03-07-2007, 18:54:00 in Ob-Gyn
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Posted By Amanda on 10-06-2005, 16:24:00 in Ophthalmology
I need help with a diagnosis that our doctor wrote down in his impression. He wrote: End Stage Neovascular Glaucoma with Rubeosis. What diagnosis i...
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Posted By Amanda on 11-07-2006, 21:42:00 in Ophthalmology
What diagnosis can I use for a patient coming in with increased pressure? The patient does not have Glaucoma and is not considered a Glaucoma Suspect....
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Posted By Amanda on 10-07-2005, 18:35:00 in Ophthalmology
We had a doctor removal an ingrown lash by making a small incision with a needle and then using the tip slid the lash out. Woud you bill CPT 67820 or ...
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Posted By Sandra on 11-03-2005, 13:40:00 in Urology
MY DR. DID AN INTRAOPERATIVE CONSULT FOR A SURGEON DOING REPAIR ON ADB. AORTIC ANEURYSM. HE THOUGHT HE HAD FOUND URETER IN RIGHT RENAL ARTERY. MY DOCT...
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Posted By jan on 04-10-2002, 14:44:00 in Emergency Department
The MD states HPI elements qualifying for L4 and para phrasing says pt has hx of mastectomy sent to ED for possible cellulitis and abscess at ...
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Posted By kimberly on 01-15-2007, 19:42:00 in Cardiology
when a physician does a left heart cath 93510 and an intracoronary stent at the same setting, do you bill for both?...
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Posted By Susan on 02-08-2006, 18:43:00 in Ob-Gyn
Does anyone know if code 58545 for lsc myomectomy requires an assist? My doctor says yes, but Aetna says no. Even on appeal they are saying an assita...
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Posted By lana on 10-12-2006, 13:13:00 in Ob-Gyn
Can't think this morning. Does Medicare cover dx of infertility??? ...
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Posted By lisa on 10-12-2005, 16:12:00 in General Surgery
ANYONE HAVING MAIL PROBLEMS AGAIN??...
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Posted By group on 03-07-2007, 16:03:00 in Internal Medicine
Good Morning to everyone!! I have a few questions about observation and their codes... 1. Does observation stop after 23 hours? Our billing s...
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Posted By lisa on 04-02-2007, 13:31:00 in General Surgery
Hi all, Happy Holidays... I have a question that has been asked before, but I still am not sure of the correct way to bill...Many of our patients ...
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Posted By chandra on 08-15-2006, 11:41:00 in Urology
Good morning group If anyone is looking for a full time/part time insurance person/clerical. My daughter is living in this area and has worked with...
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Posted By Amanda on 11-08-2006, 22:24:00 in Ophthalmology
You are kidding me!! We were charging quite a bit more than that! Where did you find that information? Amanda -----Original Message----- From: Dee B...
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Posted By Roach, on 07-15-2005, 10:24:00 in Orthopedic
Two of my docs saw patients yesterday where they had to read the mri films that the patient brought with them. They are asking me if there is a code ...
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Posted By kathy on 03-05-2002, 14:01:00 in Ophthalmology
We are from MI, If a patient comes in for a medical exam and then a refraction is performed, we bill for the medical exam and the refraction is r...
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Posted By Christie on 10-26-2006, 15:38:00 in Radiology
Hello List, In normal anatomy, are the CPT codes 36216-RCC and 36217-R Vertbral? Does SIRS says it is 36217, 36218? I'm confused. Thanks...
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Posted By Danielle Levy on 06-20-2017, 16:22:54 in Ob-Gyn
Our physician performed a LSC retroperitoneal sidewall dissection at the same time as a LSC Sacral Colpopexy , Sling, and LSC RSO. Can we bill 49010 f...
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Posted By Amanda on 02-22-2002, 17:46:00 in Ophthalmology
I was looking in the ICD-9 book under V42.5 and there is a blue box by it stating Secondary Diagnosis. The beginning of the section right about it s...
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Posted By Amanda on 06-03-2002, 13:02:00 in Ophthalmology
A patient came in complaining of her peripheral vision being fuzzy. The doctor ordered a visual field being not sure what was wrong or going on and ...
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Posted By Amanda on 11-29-2005, 23:00:00 in Ophthalmology
I think I'm right but not sure...If a patient calls in to make an appt for possible Bleph lid surgery should the need to see the patient then order t...
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Posted By Christie on 01-25-2006, 18:21:00 in Radiology
Hello List, Sample: Venous thrombectomy AV Dialysis Clotted Shunt with Angioplasty Can I code the regular 36145,75790,37187,35476,75978? (venou...
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Posted By Amanda on 05-13-2002, 13:28:00 in Ophthalmology
How do you bill 68840 when done on both eyes? In the Medicare book it shows that this codes can't be billed with the modifier 50. Thanks! Aman...
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Posted By Amanda on 06-26-2002, 15:49:00 in Ophthalmology
Because 92002 & 92012 is suppose to be used for new or worsening conditions what would you code for a patient that comes in for a complete eye exam a...
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Posted By Gwen on 06-10-2005, 15:16:00 in Cardiology
Hi List, Can I use (& get paid for) 93508 as the primary procedure with 92978? (Doc did a diagnostic placement of a coronary artery catheter and a...
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Posted By Glinda on 09-20-2001, 18:49:00 in Ob-Gyn
I know we have gone over this before. Please be patient, the more I read the more I get confused. 99211 states may not require the presence of a phy...
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Posted By kimberly on 06-08-2005, 19:12:00 in Cardiology
can someone help me with this: a 5-french sheath was inserted into the left femoral artery using the seldinger technique without difficulty. abdom...
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Posted By Dorine on 02-01-2018, 18:41:27 in Ob-Gyn
Hello Ob-Gyn Group, My doctor did a procedure called BLT Application and I am unsure if it would be coded as an unlisted code or if there is a code...
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Posted By annie on 05-15-2002, 17:22:00 in Ob-Gyn
how would i code cauterization of bleeding and the site is the vaginal wall? couldn't think of the correct cpt. any help would be appreciated. than...
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Posted By annie on 06-11-2002, 21:38:00 in Ob-Gyn
what would be the best source for cci edits? i'm always reading about them on this list but am not sure where the source is. would appreciate any s...
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Posted By lisa on 03-14-2007, 14:03:00 in General Surgery
HI, HOW WOULD YOU CODE A RE-INSERTION OF A CVP LINE? THANKS IN ADVANCE... LISA...
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Posted By Christie on 01-23-2007, 19:57:00 in Radiology
Hello List, My employer asked me if I would be interested in a subscription to Coder's Pink Sheet. I currently have Radiology Coding Alert and I ...
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Posted By chandra on 10-23-2002, 16:54:00 in Urology
Can anyone help me with this code Excision of Foreign Body in wound and emerson of musculo cutaneous fistula?? CH...
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Posted By Amanda on 11-10-2005, 22:41:00 in Ophthalmology
I have a two questions for those that have their CPC thru the AAPC. Can you purchase back issues of the Coding Edge? Also I just recently took the ...
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Posted By lisa on 02-22-2007, 13:22:00 in General Surgery
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE ASSIST WITH CPT CODE FOR: INCISION & DRAINAGE & DEBRIDEMENT OF ABDOMINAL WALL ABSCESS?? THANKS...
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Posted By Christie on 11-11-2005, 22:25:00 in Radiology
Hello List, The report is short so here goes: CONTRAST INJECTION IN J-TUBE: CLINICAL HISTORY: The patient is a 79 year old male hospitalized ...
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Posted By Sandra on 06-06-2005, 12:51:00 in Urology
CAN ANYBODY HELP ME WITH A CODE FOR DEGLOVING OF PENIS? PT HAD A PENILE FX. AND OP NOTE SAYS DR. DEGLOVED PENIS. THANKS! ...
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Posted By chandra on 09-10-2002, 15:56:00 in Urology
I can not find dx for retractible penis not testis but penis,I have been told there is a vanishing penis. This is a 47yo. Any help out here today. Tha...
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Posted By Roach, on 12-12-2006, 18:30:00 in Orthopedic
Patient has been seen in the ER once a week for the past month for a dislocated total hip. Can we bill a consult everytime we're called for this or d...
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Posted By Amanda on 10-04-2006, 16:54:00 in Ophthalmology
I am currently reviewing on of our doctors charts and I think that he is tending to down code. 1 Example is a patient comes their yearly exam. He has...
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Posted By lisa on 12-28-2005, 16:19:00 in General Surgery
Hi Happy Holiday to everyone, can someone assist with codes for (1) evaluation for permanent IV access..(2) removal of picc line also, last week...
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Posted By Amanda on 07-08-2002, 20:46:00 in Ophthalmology
Help! If a doctor write CSME or Macular Edema what dx would you use? In the ICD-9 book it states 362.83 for Macula Edema and for diabetic macula edem...
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Posted By Kelly on 10-25-2006, 16:21:00 in Oncology
Has anybody heard of the Cambridge Who's Who? What are the benefits, etc? You can e-mail at kreibman@rcn.com or through the list serve. Thank you! ...
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Posted By nancy on 02-20-2007, 20:10:00 in Ophthalmology
Hi List, Does anyone know the ICD-9 for Floppy Iris Syndrome. One of our doctors said it was a diagnosis that is used when the complicated cataract...
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Posted By Roach, on 02-08-2007, 14:28:00 in Orthopedic
I absolutely HATE coding foot surgeries. Can anyone help me with this one? Bilateral 2nd metatarsal Weil osteotomies, bi-lateral 2nd hammertoe corr...
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Posted By Jennifer on 11-01-2005, 16:13:00 in Urology
Does anyone else charge for self - cath techniques? We have a satellite office that is charging 97535, and as I understand it, the nurse is doing this...
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Posted By Christie on 10-25-2005, 15:47:00 in Radiology
Hello List, Could someone please tell me what this code is and where I can find it. Thanks again...
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Posted By Amanda on 01-28-2002, 17:52:00 in Ophthalmology
Doesn't 92020 Gonioscopy require a drawing? One of my doctors dictate quite often and he mentions in his dictation under a MISC Column: Gonio OD gra...
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