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Problematic edits such as these may be discussed with the Medicare contractor with responsibility for NCCI edit maintenance to effect change if medically appropriate based on published evidence. ICD-9 CODES Justification of the medical necessity of procedures for upper respiratory tract infections in outpatients requires that for each CPT-4-coded procedure performed and billed for, there must be an ICD-9-CM diagnostic code (2b) submitted that is found on the “meets medical necessity” listing in reimbursement policies (“National Coverage Decisions,” or NCDs, and “Local Coverage Decisions,” or LCDs, in the case of Medicare payment and payment guidelines generated by other third-party payers).
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