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Code S8110-Peak Expiratory Flow

Suhel Posted Wed 12th of October, 2011 22:49:12 PM

What is the correct way to bill S8110 so as to get paid?

SuperCoder Answered Thu 13th of October, 2011 07:34:19 AM

S-codes are temporary national codes accepted by some private payers to report products, services, and some
supplies not readily identified by available HCPCS level I or II codes. These codes are not valid for Medicare
billing. We recommend that providers contact specific private plans to confirm the appropriateness of using
these codes. Patient instruction on the proper use of peak flow meters and spacers are included in CPT-4
evaluation and management services.

Private payer like BCBS, Atena, UHC cover for S8110.

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