Module 3.3 – CPT® Codes
Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) 5-digit codes are standardized medical nomenclature used by health care providers for billing and other purposes. If you are issuing superbills or insurance claims, you will need to provide the most appropriate CPT codes for the services you render. To learn more about the codes, you will need a CPT Codebook, which can be purchased here: https://www.ama-assn.org/amaone/cpt-current-procedural-terminology?gclid=CjwKCAjwo_KXBhAaEiwA2RZ8hNIdhI59ZgPuPLBvDov0WG_eSPJMxUiaFUS-Bci16_f1pFjVdwD_NBoCd1wQAvD_BwE, or you can see if your local library has a copy in stock.
You can upload a CPT code file of the most commonly used CPT codes by SLPs and RDHs to create a CPT code bank in your account:
- How to import a CPT code CSV file: https://support.intakeq.com/article/310-importing-procedure-codes
- CPT CODE CSV FILE
Based on the recommendations I have personally received from legal counsel, if you are a RDH practicing orofacial myology and issuing superbills, I suggest billing under a supervising/incident to arrangement with a physician using the 99211 CPT code. Please verify this information with your attorney prior to beginning billing.