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How do I look at particular CMS articles?

Jeffry Posted Mon 12th of September, 2011 17:11:31 PM

For instance, in the CPT coder, I am looking up a radiolgy code 73200;
and the current procedural coding expert lists the following:

Interpreation of Diagnostic Tests: CMS 100-4, 13, 100.

I would like to review those 3 CMS articles/updates?

How do I do that?

SuperCoder Answered Tue 13th of September, 2011 07:25:26 AM

Here CMS 100-4, 13, 100 is not reflecting three different article. This means CMD 100- 4 claim processing manual, chapter 13, subsection -100.

We can find the CMS 100-4 manual at following link
http://www.cms.gov/Manuals/IOM/list.asp (100-04 Medicare Claims Processing Manual).

Then go to chapter 13 - click on the "Chapter 13 - Radiology Services and Other Diagnostic Procedures [PDF, 158 KB]"

Now a PDF (chapter 13) will open.
go to the subsection -100 to find your reference.
For your easiness following is the link for chapter 13 and on pg 53 you will find your relevant info.
http://www.cms.gov/manuals/downloads/clm104c13.pdf - Pg 53

Hope it help.
Thanks:

Snay

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