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Codes 61750 and 61751

Max Posted Mon 12th of March, 2012 16:20:23 PM

'In 2012, the AMA stated that 61781 can not be reported with 61750. Does 61751 replace or now represent the old coding combination of 61750 and 61781 ?'

SuperCoder Answered Tue 13th of March, 2012 07:53:38 AM

As per current CPT manual, you should not report CPT 61781 in conjuction with codes 61720-61791, 61796-61799, 61863-61868, 62201, 77371-77373, 77432. This instructional notes were also in 2011 CPT manual. There has not been changed anything for all these CPT codes. Also CPT 61751 has not replaced anything, it was in 2011 and for 2012 also.

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