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Billing Sublingual Nitroglycerine

Leslie Posted Thu 18th of April, 2013 15:28:35 PM

What is the CPTcode or HCPCS code used for billing administration of sublingual Nitroglycerine?

SuperCoder Answered Tue 23rd of April, 2013 05:19:26 AM


We are working on this.


SuperCoder Answered Tue 23rd of April, 2013 17:48:05 PM

I would suggest checking the payer's self-administered drug policy because it's an oral drug.Administration would be included in E/M because it involves placing a tablet in the mouth.

J3490 would be the HCPCS code.

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