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Coding Methods / Correct Coding
Medicaid & Medicare
February 26, 2021
March 23, 2010
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It’s been called the “nurse visit” code, and also “the most abused code in the CPT book.” Do you use 99211 correctly? Read More
When billing Medicare for radiopharmaceutical procedure codes, you must list the total acquisition cost on the claim. Read More
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