Complete List Of All The HCPCS ‘G’ Codes | Procedures / Professional Services (Temporary Codes)

The G codes from HCPCS are temporary codes and used for procedures/professional services. Below you can find a short description of each of these. You can learn more about each code by clicking on the link. This will lead you to an article that will explain the code in detail. 1. HCPCS Code G0008 HCPCS…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9900

HCPCS code A9900 describes a miscellaneous DME (Durable Medical Equipment) supply, accessory, and/or service component of another HCPCS code. This code is used to bill for items or services that do not have a specific HCPCS code assigned to them. It is important for medical coders to understand the details and usage guidelines of HCPCS…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9901

HCPCS code A9901 describes the delivery, set up, and/or dispensing service component of another HCPCS code. This code is used to bill for the services provided by healthcare providers in delivering, setting up, and dispensing durable medical equipment (DME) or other medical items or services. 1. What is HCPCS A9901? HCPCS code A9901 is a…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9999

HCPCS code A9999 describes a miscellaneous durable medical equipment (DME) supply or accessory that is not otherwise specified. This code is used when there is no specific HCPCS code available for a particular DME supply or accessory. It falls under the category of other medical items or services and is subject to carrier judgment for…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9697

HCPCS code A9697 describes the injection of carboxydextran-coated superparamagnetic iron oxide, per study dose. This code is used in the field of diagnostic radiology and is typically billed by healthcare providers for the administration of Magtrace, a contrast agent used in certain imaging studies. In this article, we will explore the official description of HCPCS…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9698

HCPCS code A9698 describes a non-radioactive contrast imaging material that is not otherwise classified, per study. This code is used to bill for the use of non-radioactive contrast material in diagnostic radiology procedures. In this article, we will explore the official description of HCPCS code A9698, the procedure involved, when to use this code, billing…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9699

HCPCS code A9699 describes a radiopharmaceutical that is used for therapeutic purposes. This code is classified as “Radiopharm rx agent noc” and falls under the category of therapeutic radiology. It was added to the HCPCS code set on January 01, 2003, and the action code for this code is “N”, indicating that there is no…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9700

HCPCS code A9700 describes the supply of injectable contrast material for use in echocardiography, per study. This code is used to bill for the contrast material used during an echocardiography procedure. In this article, we will explore the official description of HCPCS code A9700, the procedure itself, when to use the code, billing guidelines and…

How To Use HCPCS Code A9800

HCPCS code A9800 describes the diagnostic use of Gallium ga-68 gozetotide, also known as locametz, in a dosage of 1 millicurie. This code is used to report the administration of this radiopharmaceutical for diagnostic purposes. In this article, we will explore the official description of HCPCS code A9800, the procedure involved, when to use the…