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Billing when Physician Starts Pt. On CPAP

Joni Posted Thu 24th of June, 2010 16:29:30 PM

Our physician wants to bill '94660' when he starts a patient on CPAP treatment. Is this correct?

SuperCoder Answered Fri 25th of June, 2010 06:03:32 AM

You can bill 94660, but you can never report an E/M code along with it. 94660 is bundled with the E/M codes with a '0' modifier which means you cannot report the two together under any circumstance. Billing an E/M instead can get you more dollars if the documentation supports it.

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