The Definitive Guide to 2019 CPT Changes for Neurocognitive Testing

Everything a physician needs to know about getting reimbursed in 2019

Are you billing for neurocognitive testing?

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that effective January 1, 2019, the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) codes for psychological and neuropsychological testing have changed.


Whether you are a provider, technician, practice administrator, or medical assistant, anyone who deals with medical insurance claims needs to be aware of the 2019 CPT changes and how to interpret them. This whitepaper will give you the knowledge necessary to get reimbursed for neurocognitive testing services in 2019.

WITH OUR FREE WHITEPAPER, YOU'LL LEARN:

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    The new billing codes for psychological and neuropsychological testing, including newly created codes 96132 and 96138
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    Which codes have been eliminated
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    The 2019 estimated Medicare reimbursement fees for the new codes
  • The rationale behind the code changes
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    How to get reimbursed for neurocognitive testing services in 2019
  • How to apply the new codes to common coding cases (common clinical scenarios included!)
  • The appropriate codes to use when billing for test administration, test interpretation, behavioral screening, cognitive care planning and more

The CPT coding changes are here! Find out how they affect your clinical practice with this free whitepaper.