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HPCS CHPT 6

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What are the five types of HCPCS Codes Permanent National Codes, Dental Codes, Miscellaneous Codes, Temporary Codes, Modifiers
“C” Codes Codes that are used specifically for OPPS purposes and are only valid for Medicare on claims submitted by hospital outpatient departments
“G” Codes Identify professional health care procedures & services that do not have codes identified in CPT
“H” Codes Used by state Medicaid agencies that are mandated by state law to establish separate codes for identifying mental health services
What are Level 1 HCPCS Codes Five digit CPT Codes (Current Procedural Terminology)
CPT Codes Current Procedural Terminology
What are Level 2 HCPCS Codes National codes, describe common medical services and supplies not included in CPT. Codes begin with the letters A-V and followed by 4 digits of numbers.
Created by: RobynTerry1977