What is CPT code J9218?
Leuprolide acetate, per 1 mg
|Short Description||Leuprolide acetate injeciton|
|Procedure Note||0014 = CLAIMS SUBMITTED WITH THIS CODE(J9218) WITH OR WITHOUT A MULTIPLIER IN IN THE UNITS FIELD SHOULD BE REVIEWED IN TERMS OF THE POLICY PERTAINING TO SELF ADMINISTERED DRUGS.|
What is the difference between J9217 and J9218?
j9217 is depot suspension which is slower acting and j9218 is not depot which is faster acting, they aren’t the same thing.
How do you bill a Lupron injection?
Bill one (1) unit for the once a month 3.75 mg injection; Bill three (3) units for the once every three months 11.25 mg injection. Administration code 96402 should be billed for J3315.
What is the CPT code for Lupron injection?
Hi, for the administration code for Lupron, I use CPT code 96372.
What drug is J9217?
J9217 Leuprolide Acetate – CanMED: HCPCS.
Is Lupron covered under Medicare Part B?
Yes. 100% of Medicare prescription drug plans cover this drug.
What is AJ code?
The Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) is the system by which medical procedures are billed. HCPCS Level II codes or J Codes are the billing codes used for the medical devices, supplies, and drugs when billing for claims to healthcare insurance.
What is J0881 used for?
J0881 and J0885 are intended for use for patients who are Non-ESRD and are not yet on dialysis. J0881 and J0885 are also intended for use with patients who meet the other indications outlined in the LCD. J0882 and J0886 are intended for use only with patients who are ESRD and on dialysis.
What is J9201?
HCPCS code J9201 for Injection, gemcitabine hydrochloride, not otherwise specified, 200 mg as maintained by CMS falls under Chemotherapy Drugs.