CPT Change 2012 – Administrative Eyecare

Physicians and administrators want to take advantage of all possible opportunities to increase revenue by changing the practice’s coding activities but still need to remain compliant with Medicare and third-party payer regulations. The 2012 CPT manual contains a change that has sparked the interest of many but requires careful study and analysis before implementation. This article discusses the CPT change and various factors to consider.

This article addresses the following topics:

  • Change of definition
  • Motivation for change
  • CMS specialty codes

This article was published in Administrative Eyecare, and was written by Corcoran’s Vice-President, Donna McCune, CCS-P, COE, CPMA. To access this article, click on the link below:


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