Billing and Coding Guidelines for Radiation Oncology (Part 2)

Billing and Coding Guidelines (continued…) Treatment devices, designs, and construction may be charged during a course of therapy when documentation substantiates multiple volumes of interest/ports, the use of custom-made devices, and/or the necessity of replacement devices. Providers should bill for devices at the beginning of the treatment course and then may bill again later in […]


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Billing and Coding Guidelines for Radiation Oncology (Part 1)

Major Reasons for Denial Services performed for diagnoses not listed as covered in this policy or for excessive frequency will be denied as not medically necessary. Frequency is considered excessive when services are performed more frequently than generally accepted by peers and the reason for additional services is not justified by documentation. Indications not listed […]


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