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The following are typical code pairs used in providing at-risk foot care services, along with the appropriate modifier:
CPT 11055 (6, 7) CPT 11720-59
CPT 11719 CPT 9920x-25
CPT 11055 (6, 7) CPT 11721-59
CPT 11720 CPT 9920x-25
CPT 11720 G0127-59
CPT 11721 CPT 9920x-25
CPT 11719 CPT 11720-59
G0127 CPT 9920x-25
Established E/M codes require a “-25” modifier when billed with any routine foot care code.
Back to Basics: Did You Know?
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