Archive for The Day of June 8th, 2006

Archive for the Day of June 8th, 2006

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the day of June 8th, 2006.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during June 8th, 2006.

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Correct Medical Billing Reimbursement For 77470

There are some cases when certain medical billing practices can get your office more financial reimbursement. The use of the current procedural terminology code 77470 is one of those instances. This code, however, cannot be used all of the time. There are certain things you must keep in mind before using the medical billing code 77470 for your claims. Sometimes the physicians in your clinic can see patients with special needs. For instance, an oncologist may see a patient that has a pacemaker. The pacemaker can make visits and treatment plans more time consuming for the physician. In this instance, the medical billing code 77470 may be used. 77470 in

Medical Billing Dilemma – Usage of Fetal NST Code 59025

When you use the code 59025 for the fetal non-stress test for NST procedures you must make sure you are using them correctly. In many cases this procedure gets confused with a labor check. The time to use 59025 to code a fetal non-stress test is when the patient records that she has felt the baby moving. If not then the fetal monitor is counted as routine. How that happens is that during the NST procedure the ob-gyn evaluates the patient and evaluates the well being of the fetus with out the use of IV medications. The test lasts for approximately 30-40 minutes, and the ob-gyn monitors the heart rate

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