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.
Learn how to code common procedures in ICD-10. These AAOE-developed guides cover cornea, glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, oculofacial, pediatric strabismus and retina.
Retina practices may perform multiple tests based on the patient’s diagnosis. Be sure your testing documentation meets the requirements outlined by your Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC).
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