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What is the CPT code for Pap smear with HPV?

Pap results requiring physician interpretation will be performed at an additional charge (CPT Code(s): 88141; HCPCS: G0124). If ThinPrep® Pap result is ASCUS, HPV DNA (High Risk) will be performed at an additional charge (CPT Code(s): 87624).

What does CPT code 88175 mean?

88175. Cytopathology, cervical or vaginal (any reporting system), collected in preservative fluid, automated thin layer preparation; with screening by automated system and manual rescreening or review, under physician supervision.

How do I bill Q0091?

To bill this reconveyance, annotate the claim with HCPCS code Q0091 and modifier –76 (repeat procedure or service by same physician or other qualified health care professional). CPT only copyright 2020 American Medical Association. All rights reserved.

Can CPT Q0091 and G0101 be billed together?

Medicare allows G0101 and Q0091 to be “carved out” and billed with the preventive visit. 99000 is a lab handling code and Q0091 is the pap hadling so are basically the same thing. Medicare doesn’t cover 99000. They shouldn’t be billed together.

Can Q0091 be billed alone?

Separate reimbursement is not allowed for HCPCS code Q0091.

The Q0091 code was developed by Medicare for the exclusive purpose of reporting services provided to Medicare patients. Providers should report this code to Medicare only for the collection of screening Pap smears for Medicare patients.

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How do I bill for annual well woman exam?

CPT G0101 may be used to report Well Woman Exam. The description of the CPT code for Well woman is as follows: “Cervical or vaginal cancer screening; pelvic and clinical breast exam.”

Is Pap smear included in 99395?

The CPT guidelines stipulate that preventive medicine services provided to patients from ages 12 through 39 years (CPT codes 99384/99394 and 99385/99395) include the pelvic and breast examination and obtaining a Pap smear.