ICD-10 Updates: Are Your Codes Specific Enough?

ICD-10 has been in use since October 1, 2015, but thanks to a code freeze put in place to allow providers time to adjust to the new format, the majority of codes had been set since 2011. That all changed last fall when the first update to ICD-10 was released on October 1, 2016. Read on to see what you should be doing.

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How to Avoid Common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections: Part 3

How to Avoid Common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections: Part 3

Next up in our three-part series on “Common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections” is new vs established patient exams. One surprisingly common rejection seen by Fast Pay is, “This many frequencies is not allowed for procedure code billed.” The cause? Billing a new patient code on an established patient.

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How to Avoid Common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections: Part 1

How to Avoid Common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections: Part 1

Working with eye care providers across the country, our billers at Fast Pay see many common rejections that could have easily been avoided. In this “Common Billing Rejections” series, we will explore some of the top rejection reasons, starting with the OCT/GDX and fundus photography combination.

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