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• UPDATED! New, revised and deleted HCPCS Level II Codes—with icons to identify changes
• UPDATED! Expanded alphabetical index— organized with guidance and input from experienced coding and billing professionals
• UPDATED! DMEPOS icons—identify Medicare allowed billing opportunities for durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and supplies
• UPDATED! Deleted codes crosswalks—display valid codes that have replaced temporary codes and other deletions
• UPDATED! G Codes for PQRS—clarify requirements for PQRS reporting programs
• UPDATED! National Coverage Determination (NCD) policy code-level citations—ensure compliance with Medicare coverage policy for certain procedures and professional services
• UPDATED! Medicare Pub 100 information—with associated code and an Appendix of full descriptions
• UPDATED! Table of Drugs Appendix—with J codes cross-referenced to brand names
• UPDATED! APC and ASC payment icons—show those codes payable under Outpatient Prospective Payment Systems (OPPS) and those that can use 18 ASC groupings
• UPDATED! AHA Coding Clinic for HCPCS— identify where to find critical guidance on challenging HCPCS Level II codes or sections
• UPDATED! Age and sex edit icons—indicate code restrictions at a glance, based on patient information
• UPDATED! Icons for specific payment rules— indicate coverage rules and patient responsibility for drugs and services not reimbursed by Medicare
• High-quality illustrations—provide visual insight into specific equipment, supplies and services