The Pharmacist's Guide to Compensation for Patient-care Services

The Pharmacist's Guide to Compensation for Patient-care Services

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Assists pharmacy providers in understanding the arcane rules of insurance companies and the federal government to receive compensation for clinical services. Learning to bill insurers properly is the key to receiving compensation and this book provides pharmacists with answers to billing questions, guidelines for completing insurance claim forms, guidelines for becoming a provider, and comprehending the billing process. Designed to address the needs of pharmacy providers at all levels of billing expertise, this guide includes special billing requirements for hospital practice, tips for documenting pharmaceutical care services, principles of CPT, HCPCS and ICD-9/ICD-10 coding, trouble shooting tips, and an extensive appendix that include sample forms, documents, contact information and a glossary.Use of the HCFA-1500 Fern for Mass Immunization Claims Only* To bill Medicare Part B for influenza, pneumococcal, and hepatitis B ... 28 should be left blank Place-of-service code for pharmacy mass immunizers: Use code 80 Insertion of provider ID number: Most states ... In completing the HCFA-1500 form to bill for your service, use the CPT code 99241 (new patient, minimal intensity, and minimalanbsp;...

Title:The Pharmacist's Guide to Compensation for Patient-care Services
Author:Michael D. Hogue
Publisher:Amer Pharmacists Assn - 2002


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