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Posted By Lynn Radecky on 12-14-2018, 13:40:18 in Ob-Gyn
For a patient that is considered high risk for Medicare for their annual exam what are the ICD 10 codes that took the place of the ICD 9 codes V15.89 (which had to be used as the primary code to show the patient was high risk) then we had to select a second code which showed why and those two codes I need are for over 5 sexual partners for their lifetime ICD 9 was V69.2, and for hx of STD which was V13.8. Medicare will pay for the G0101 and Q0091 every year if the patient qualifies for high risk. When I try to do the ICD 10 conversion none of the codes it gives me to select from makes any sense. Thanks for your help.
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Posted By Melanie Witt on 12-25-2018, 14:37:02
Medicare published this information on the MLN site and you can access the document at: https://www.cms.gov/Outreach-and-Education/Medicare-Learning-Network-MLN/MLNProducts/Downloads/Screening-PapPelvic-Examinations.pdf
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