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CPT Appendix T contains 38 codes that can be performed through an audio-only connection, but check with your payers first.
Practices will be breaking in a new set of E/M guidelines for their visits in a facility starting in January of 2023, according to an AMA official. But you can expect to see the coding and guideline changes sooner than that: CMS wants to have a first look at them by early summer of this year.
The CPT editorial panel is ringing in 2022 with a new modifier. Watch Medicare and private payers for guidance.
Take a first glimpse of the 2022 CPT code set. The annual update, released by the AMA, reveals hundreds of code changes, including more than 240 new codes that usher in a batch of care management services, surgical procedures and pathology and laboratory testing.
Everyone is still getting to know the new guidelines for E/M codes 99202-99215, including the members of the CPT Assistant editorial team. As a recent correction shows, the ongoing learning process means practices should be prepared for sudden reversals on fresh guidance.


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