Per the CMS, there are now 3 new modifiers for home oxygen use under the national coverage determination (NCD) 240.2.
Patients under NCD Section B, Group II and Section D have payment and recertification requirements that don’t apply to Group I. The new modifiers are effective January 1, 2023, and will be available in the April 2023 HCPCS code release.
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Some billers incorrectly believe that modifiers in medical coding are unnecessary. but they are an important part of avoiding abuse, non-compliance, and fraud. Most modifiers in medical coding are designed to represent the item or service given.
Inappropriate code/modifier combinations will result in possible claim denials; as they are unable to be processed and will require the claim to be resubmitted. Resubmissions not only cost you and your staff valuable time, but are also often lost in the shuffle of new claim processing. In either situation, you lose out on revenue. Infinite Revenue Medical Billing LLC takes that worry off your shoulders so you can focus on practicing medicine!
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