The 2005 HCPCS Level II Codes book rounds out a complete coding and reimbursement library. These National codes are not found in the CPT; however, they are used in the Medicare system. Our HCPCS manual presents these codes in a clear and concise manner, in both alphabetic and numerical order. Clear and concise directions detailing usage of HCPCS Current accepted national guidelines for Level II HCPCS codingA compilation of all HCPCS coding changes for 2005Intuitive and nationally-recognized symbols and formats within code descriptionsFull tabular and alphabetical code lists of all valid HCPCS codesIntuitive symbols representing Medicare coverage guidelines regarding current HCPCS codesNationally-accepted symbols within code descriptions that highlight new or revised textSymbol legends on every page for coding convenienceColor-coded page tab to provide easy distinction of code sections in the Tabular ListEncyclopedia-style page headers for more efficient referencingThe Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System (HCPCS) details approximately 2, 500 supplementary codes required for supplies and services not listed in the CPT. These codes are referred to as level II codes, with CPT and local codes being levels I a III respectively. Although this book is vital, some doctors still only code CPT and do not pursue HCPCS codes. The proper usage of the HCPCS will allow for increased payment to the practice. Why settle for less reimbursement than your practice is worth when this book is readily available?These codes are referred to as level II codes, with CPT and local codes being levels I aamp; III respectively. Although this book is vital, some doctors still only code CPT and do not pursue HCPCS codes.
|Title||:||2005 HCPCS Level 2 Codes|
|Author||:||Greg de Torony|