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Jevity

Sonya Posted Tue 22nd of November, 2011 19:44:00 PM

how would I bill in units jevity 1.2 150 cans?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 23rd of November, 2011 07:18:25 AM

Could you please specify the total amount (in ML) given to patient. Is it a singel can of 150 ML or 150 cans of specified content size.

Simply Jevity 1.2 is the nutritional product that have 1.2 Cal/ml of content. Multiply 1.2 X (the total amount given to patient in ml).

if i assume it as 150 ML can , then the total cal will be 150*1.2 = 180 Cal.

The HCPCS code is B4150 (per 100 Cal), so you would report it as - B4150 X 2 units.

Hope this help

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