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CPT: Vaccine codes
The 2022 updates don’t include massive E/M coding changes like last year, but several changes are much-needed and relevant to family physicians.
New codes for cognitive assessment and care planning, team-based care management, prolonged preventive services, and anticoagulation management are among this year’s changes.
This year's changes include opportunities to get paid for some services that were previously not billable.
Incident-to rules and advance care planning top the list of changes.
Changes this year include revisions to transitional care management codes and new interprofessional consultation codes.
This year's changes include some promising new codes for care coordination.
Changes include new codes for pediatric vaccine administration and subsequent hospital observation care.
The changes take effect Jan. 1.
A new injection code and newborn codes are among this year’s most notable CPT changes.
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