March's top 10 coding questions highlight the pediatric/strabismus subspecialty with topics ranging from how to code the appropriate ROP stage to Excludes1 edits for Strabismus Amblyopia and the appropriate ICD-10 code for TORCH.
If you have a conflicted relationship with modifiers, you are not alone. EyeNet is addressing this knowledge gap with 2 articles that focus on the correct use of modifiers. Start by tackling these questions from the CodeFest modifier quiz.
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Learn how to code common procedures in ICD-10. These AAOE-developed guides cover cornea, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculofacial, pediatric strabismus and retina.
EyeNet breaks down changes for cornea, glaucoma, and retina.
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For all commercial and federal claims with dates of service on or after Oct. 1, 2015, you must use ICD-10.