Shade Posted Wed 23rd of July, 2014 15:45:55 PM
THE DESCRIPTOR OF THE J CODE J7307 DID NOT SPECIFY THE DOSAGE. DOES IT MEAN IF PT WAS GIVEN 2 UNIT OF THE DRUG WE WOULD USE J7307 X2. PLEASE HELP WITH THIS.
SuperCoder Answered Wed 23rd of July, 2014 15:58:41 PM
Thanks for your question.
J7307-Etonogestrel (contraceptive) implant system, including implant and supplies. The contraceptive implant is a single-rod etonogestrel-releasing contraceptive device inserted under the skin of the upper arm. I will need clarification as to what circumstance you would need to bill two of this code since this is considered a supply code.
Shade Posted Thu 24th of July, 2014 09:03:10 AM
Thank you. it means if two of the rings was given to pt. we can bill by multiplying with the amount given. thank you.
Shade Posted Thu 24th of July, 2014 11:15:24 AM
FOR A SUPPLY CODE DOES IT MEAN THAT EVEN IF MORE THAN 1 ITEMS WAS GIVEN TO PT , WE STILL BILL WITH THE CODE WITHOUT MULTIPLICATION? PLEASE EXPLAIN?
Shade Posted Thu 24th of July, 2014 12:53:49 PM
pls help with these j codes J1050, J7303, J7307, CAN THESE CODE BE BILLED AS PER 1 UNIT PER RING AND FOR EXAMPLE IF 68MG WAS GIVEN CAN IT BE BILLED AS 68 UNITS. PLEASE HELP ASAP. THANK YOU.
SuperCoder Answered Thu 24th of July, 2014 21:46:47 PM
If you supply the patient with more than one supply you are able to bill multiple units ex. J7307x2.
J1050; injection, medroxyprogesterone acetate, 1 mg. When your patient receives an injection of Depo Provera, you’ll have to report the administration of the drug with the CPT® code 96372 (Therapeutic, prophylactic, or diagnostic injection [specify substance or drug]; subcutaneous or intramuscular). The units of service for J1050 should reflect the number of milligrams injected.
J7303; Contraceptive supply, hormone containing vaginal ring, each, would also be billed per ring provided.