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in 2013, why are we being denied "95886/59" billed with "95909"

Arlene Posted Wed 16th of January, 2013 17:58:23 PM

2013, EMG, NCS coding

SuperCoder Answered Wed 16th of January, 2013 22:48:20 PM

95886 being an add-on-code, do not report it with Modifier 59

(Use 95885, 95886 in conjunction with 95907-95913)

Arlene Posted Wed 23rd of January, 2013 01:23:14 AM

still being denied when modifier 59 is removed, any suggestions?

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