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Part B Insider (Multispecialty) Coding Alert

Part B Coding Coach:

Check the Technique Before Submitting 30901 for Repair

Plus: Don’t forget you have different codes for posterior bleeds. A patient comes to your office complaining of a persistent nosebleed. Your physician stops the bleed, but that doesn’t mean you stop looking at code choices once you reach 30901 (Control nasal hemorrhage, anterior, simple [limited cautery and/or packing] any method). Why? Because you might be either overcoding or undercoding, [...]