Archive for The Day of February 3rd, 2009

Archive for the Day of February 3rd, 2009

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the day of February 3rd, 2009.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during February 3rd, 2009.

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Circumcision Medical Billing

Circumcision Medical Billing There are two main circumcision medical billing codes. Although one code is used more often, there are two that are acceptable. The two medical billing codes used for newborns circumcision are 54150 and 54160. 54150 means, circumcision, using clamp or other device; newborn. The current procedural terminology code 54160 means circumcision surgical excision other than clamp, device or dorsal slit; newborn. As you read a circumcision with any type of device or clamp uses the code 54150. Most physicians use this medical billing code because it is the most common way to perform a circumcision. Another important point to remember is to charge for a ring block

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