Allergic Rhinitis due to Pollen — J30.1
Poison Ivy: Allergic Dermatitis due to plants — L23.7
Bee Sting, accidental, initial encounter — T63.441A
A recent incomplete CMS listing is raising concerns, as the state of Colorado is missing from the listing a ltogether, and this leaves no way for providers to check to see if they are due for revalidation. RT Welter works with over 150 providers and has had providers whose PTANs have been deactivated due to…
Many are unprepared either for the mindset or the mechanics required to implement the bundled payment emerging reimbursement model.
T88.4xxA – Failed or difficult intubation, initial encounter
T42.5X6A – Underdosing of antiepileptics, initial encounter
Saturday: L55.9 – Sunburn R61 – Sweating W29.3xxA – Contact with powered garden tools, initial encounter Tuesday: T33.90 – Frostbite X37.2xxA – Injury due to blizzard, initial encounter W29.8xxA – Contact with snow shovel, initial encounter In preparation for the upcoming deadline for ICD-10 implementation, RT Welter presents weekly ICD-10 Codes of the Week! Our goal is to familiarize you with…
The Budget Control Act of 2011 requires, among other things, mandatory across-the-board reductions in Federal spending, also known as sequestration.
Medicare PECOS Edits Begin May 1, 2013 – Claim Denials Possible | Effective May 1, 2013, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will turn on the Phase 2 denial edits. This means that Medicare will deny claims for services or supplies that require an ordering/referring provider to be identified and that provider is not identified, is not in Medicare’s enrollment records, or is not of a specialty type that may order/refer the service/item being billed.