Hcr 220 Describing CPT Coding Categories

Hcr 220 Describing - The three categories of the CPT codes are as follows Category I II and III Category I is the main category and the most

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The three categories of the CPT codes are as follows Category I, II, and III. Category I is the main category and the most numerous. Each code has a descriptor explaining the procedure. Category II are codes that are considered as optional and not paid by insurance carriers. . And Category III are codes that come into play but considered temporary due to the way they can be changes and modified as time and learning enhances the process. To better understand this process we will be implementing buzz words that coincide with each category. Category I has the most common codes in all medical practices so its buzz word will be common to describe it. Category II codes are optional and not paid by insurance providers so its buzz word will be optional. In Category III are the temporary codes that come from emerging technology, services and procedures. Its buzzword will be temporary. The types of procedures and or services that are included in each category will be as follows: Category I are the common codes are used by medical physicians, they have five digits and are
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2011 for the course HEALTHCARE HCR220 taught by Professor Inc during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Hcr 220 Describing - The three categories of the CPT codes are as follows Category I II and III Category I is the main category and the most

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