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    Default Article: Coding and Billing for Ocular Surface Disease and More

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    This is another lecture in our series on billing & coding.
    If you've got any questions before the show, feel free to leave them in this thread.

    Looking forward to this one -- billing has proven to be one of the most important and popular topics for the webinars

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    excellent presentation. it was interesting to learn that dilation is not required for the 92xx4 code unless it is indicated, and that the current cpt guidelines are available from the aoa on cd for only $25.

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    Is there a way to get a PDF or some other form of the slides? My computer was acting up and I wasn't able to watch.

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    Hi I took the webinar last night is there any way to get this in PDF so I can print out the slides. Thanks

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    Default Billing Guidelines for punctal occlusion

    Odyssey has also has resources available to assist you with billing and coding for punctal occlusion. Visit our website http://odysseymed.com/billing-guidelines/ to download our billing guidelines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin J. Gross, OD View Post
    excellent presentation. it was interesting to learn that dilation is not required for the 92xx4 code unless it is indicated, and that the current cpt guidelines are available from the aoa on cd for only $25.
    --that's what I thought after the webinar last week as well, until I watched it again today--he actually said the CD is an extra $25 (that he thought he spent around $140 total)

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    --Thanks Dr. Lahr--great presentation and information; I hope you will present more about coding (especially ICD-10) in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erika Densmore View Post
    --that's what I thought after the webinar last week as well, until I watched it again today--he actually said the CD is an extra $25 (that he thought he spent around $140 total)
    Erica,

    The "as indicated" language can easily be interpreted to mean "unless contraindicated". I would refer to the AOA Clinical Practice Guidelines to develop a perspective or plan.

    John

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