HCPCS definition

Examples of HCPCS in a sentence

  • For procedure codes without an assigned Medicare Rate on the Physician Fee Schedule (i.e. HCPCS) codes, the reimbursement will be ‘By Report’.

  • The reimbursement rate add-on will cover GEMT services and will be applied in lump sum quarterly payments to eligible Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) emergency transport codes.

  • Predicting the need of adenotonsillectomy in children HCPCS Level II Codes and Description E0445 Oximeter device for measuring blood oxygen levels non-invasively Pulse Oximeter for Home Use A4606 Oxygen probe for use with oximeter device, replacement Important Note: Northwood’s Medical Policies are developed to assist Northwood in administering plan benefits and determining whether a particular DMEPOS product or service is reasonable and necessary.

  • However, to obtain reimbursement for Part B drugs, health care providers submit claims to Medicare contractors using Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes.

  • A separate outpatient claim may be submitted by the hospital for reimbursement under the appropriate HCPCS code when the LARC is provided in the inpatient setting immediately after delivery.

More Definitions of HCPCS

HCPCS means the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System, Medicare's National Level II Codes, HCPCS 2006 (Eighteenth edition), as published by Ingenix, as may be periodically updated.
HCPCS means CMS's common procedure coding system which is based upon the AMA's most current CPT publication.
HCPCS means Health Care Financing Administration Common Procedure Coding System which is published annually by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and is required by the Federal Government for Medicare reporting purposes.
HCPCS means the "Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System" or "HCPCS" means, a set of health care procedure codes based on the American Medical Association's Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). The HCPCS was established to provide a standardized coding system for describing the specific items and services provided in the delivery of health care. HIPAA made the HCPCS mandatory for Medicare and Medicaid billings. HCPCS includes three levels of codes: