When performing testing services on patients with or suspected of glaucoma, be sure your documentation meets the specific requirements outlined by your Medicare Administrative Contractor.
When performing upper lid procedures, make sure your preop documentation meets the specific requirements outlined by your Medicare administrative contractor.
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EyeNet breaks down changes for cornea, glaucoma, and retina.
AAOE provides vital tools to enhance your knowledge of appropriate coding and documentation in order to receive proper reimbursement. Additional resources can guide your practice through the transition to ICD-10 and help with proper coding of injectable drugs.
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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.