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88342 and 88343 imuno stains

charles Aiesi Posted Tue 11th of March, 2014 13:50:55 PM

some medicare advantage plans are denying 88342 and 88343

should we be using g0461 and g0462

SuperCoder Answered Wed 12th of March, 2014 10:52:04 AM

True. CMS completely replaced 88342 CPT codes with G0461/2 codes, it meant that CPT coding had been disregarded. However, an additional G-code as a methodological adjustment is acceptable.

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