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Teresa Posted Wed 14th of January, 2015 13:48:56 PM

could you tell me the proper way to code for patients who have CADDS? Or direct me to a site. We want to make sure of what needs to be documented/signed, etc.

SuperCoder Answered Thu 15th of January, 2015 02:47:11 AM

Is it the ambulatory infusion pump? Do you want to know coding for the DME? Thanks !!

Teresa Posted Thu 15th of January, 2015 12:26:19 PM

Yes it is the ambulatory infusion pump...any information would be helpful or even a resource.

SuperCoder Answered Fri 16th of January, 2015 03:39:07 AM

Use the following codes based on type of pump used:

E0779 - Ambulatory infusion pump, mechanical, reusable; for infusion of 8 hours or greater.
E0781- Ambulatory infusion pump, single or multiple channels, electric or battery operated with administrative equipment; worn by patient.
E0782 - Infusion pump, implantable, nonprogrammable (includes all components [eg, pump, catheter, connectors, and so on]).
E0783 - Infusion pump system, implantable, programmable (includes all components [eg, pump, catheter, connectors, and so on]).
E0791 - Parenteral infusion pump, stationary, single or multichannel.

Thanks !!

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