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EMG & Nerve Conduction coding for 2013

Linda Posted Wed 30th of January, 2013 15:32:41 PM

when coding for EMG & Nerve conductin study do we still use the 95860 & 95861 codes in addition to 95885 & 95886 as well as the 95907-95913

SuperCoder Answered Thu 31st of January, 2013 22:58:19 PM

I have this query with my editor to give you a thorough answer. Thanks for being patient.

SuperCoder Answered Fri 01st of February, 2013 17:34:03 PM

Use EMG codes (95860-95864 and 95867-95870) when no nerve conduction studies (95907-95913) are performed on that day. Use 95885, 95886, and 95887 for EMG services when nerve conduction studies (95907-95913) are performed in conjunction with EMG on the same day.

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