Many of you are familiar with the 96110 RVU snafu at the beginning of 2012. CMS removed all the RVUs for the 96110 and then, with the help of the AAP making noise, replaced the values. Apparently, a number of payers took this as an opportunity to stop paying on the 96110 altogether. Sigh. We did a …
I have some fascinating data about the after hours, etc., codes (9905x) coming, but I wanted to share these two followup tidbits before I forget: The Developmental Screening Toolkit For Primary Care Providers looks like an excellent site to add to the list I posted the other day. In particular, here’s a great comparison chart …
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