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CPT: Vaccine codes

January/February 2017 Issue
New Codes, New Payment Opportunities for 2017 [Feature]

This year's changes include opportunities to get paid for some services that were previously not billable.


January/February 2016 Issue
Coding and Billing Rules in 2016: Out With the Old, In With the New [Feature]

Incident-to rules and advance care planning top the list of changes.


January/February 2014 Issue
CPT Update for 2014 [Feature]

Changes this year include revisions to transitional care management codes and new interprofessional consultation codes.


November/December 2012 Issue
CPT Update for 2013 [Feature]

As usual, the 2013 annual update to Current Procedural Terminology changes a number of codes important to family physicians. Here, the author explains the code changes most likely to affect their coding practice.


January/February 2011 Issue
CPT Update for 2011: Immunizations, Observations and More [Feature]

The author describes the CPT code changes for 2011 that are most likely to affect family physicians.


January/February 2010 Issue
CPT 2010: Ring in the New Decade With These New Codes [Feature]

The author describes changes in CPT codes for 2010 in the areas most likely to affect family physicians.


Jan-Feb 2009 Issue
CPT 2009: Out With the Old, In With the New [Feature]

The author describes changes in CPT codes for 2009 in the areas most likely to affect family physicians.


Sep-Oct 2008 Issue
Vaccination Management: Is Your Practice on Target? [Feature]

The availability of expensive vaccines for HPV and herpes zoster have made the issue of payment for vaccinations more critical than ever for family medicine practices. The author offers coding and billing advice to help physicians secure the payment they're entitled to.


Jan 2008 Issue
CPT 2008: A Glimpse of the Future of Family Medicine? [Feature]

This article describes the 2008 changes in CPT codes most likely to affect family physicians.


Oct 2007 Issue
Coding Flu Shots: Immunize Against Lost Revenue [Feature]

The author advises readers on CPT codes for vaccines, how to bill administration codes, and whether evaluation and management services may be separately reported on the same date as vaccination.


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