Medicare Reimbursement for Corneal Topography
“Corneal topography is most frequently used for the diagnosis and management of corneal diseases, disorders, abnormalities, or injuries.”
This FAQ addresses the following:
- Does Medicare cover corneal topography?
- What diagnoses are typically covered and support a claim?
- What documentation is required in the medical record to support a charge for corneal topography?
- What CPT code is used to describe this test?
- What is the reimbursement for 92025?
- Is corneal topography bundled with other services?
- Must the physician be in the office while corneal topography is being performed?
- How often may this test be repeated?
- Will Medicare cover corneal topography prior to cataract surgery?
- What is Medicare’s position on corneal topography and refractive surgery?
- May we bill the patient if Medicare denies the claim?
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