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Otolaryngology Coding Alert

Nosebleeds:

Understanding Extent of Repair Points You to 30901

Payoff: Difference in care could add hundreds to your bottom line. A patient sees your ENT because of a persistent nosebleed, which your physician stops. Instead of automatically assigning 30901 (Control nasal hemorrhage, anterior, simple [limited cautery and/or packing] any method) and moving to the next claim, stop to be sure you aren’t overcoding – or in some cases, undercoding [...]


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