Is canalith repositioning a timed code?
Also know, is 97164 a timed code?
The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code 97164 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Physical Therapy Evaluations.
One may also ask, does Medicare pay for canalith repositioning? According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the canalith repositioning procedure (95992) is indicated for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) (ICD-10 codes H81. 11-H81. 13). For GHI plans effective October 30, 2018, CPT 95992 will be denied when billed without a BPPV diagnosis.
Similarly, you may ask, is 97750 a timed code?
Also note that 97750 is a 15-minute code and the eight-minute rule applies, as it does to all timed physical medicine services. The provider of service must be physically present during the entire length of the tests; any testing not done face-to-face is not billable.
Is CPT code 97012 A timed code?
From a CPT® coding perspective, 97012 is a physical medicine mechanical traction modality that does not require attendance. Various other modalities might also assist in accomplishing and/or complementing some of the same objectives as the CMT codes or 97012. However, that does not make them duplicative.