Avoid the Top 10 CPT® Modifier Mistakes – Part 2
By Bruce Pegg Thu. Jan 10, 2019
Last time, we looked at numbers 10 and nine on our list of CPT® modifiers that create confusion and problems in coding and billing for medical services and procedures. This time, we look at four

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    Last time, we looked at numbers 10 and nine on our list of CPT® modifiers that create confusion and problems in coding and billing for medical services and procedures. This time, we look at four more as we count down to the number one misused   Read more..
    Posted on 10 Jan, 2019
    Avoid the Top 10 CPT® Modifier Mistakes – Part 2
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