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RC modifier

Mona Posted Fri 02nd of January, 2015 15:20:10 PM

Our billing people billed the following services for our cardiologist as 99232 25, 93459 26, 93463 59, 92937 RC 59, 92920 RC 22 59 for one day. This does not look right to me, can you tell me if the modifiers used are appropriate or not?

SuperCoder Answered Mon 05th of January, 2015 07:13:42 AM

RC modifier represents 'Right coronary artery'. You will use this modifier if the provider is performing coronary intervention on right coronary artery. You need to check that in medical records.

Thanks !!

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