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CodeMap® Compliance Briefing: August 7, 2015


Editor's Welcome: DNA based assays are rapidly replacing cultures and immunoassay techniques as the most clinically efficient and accurate means of detecting infectious agents. Real time PCR and next generation sequencing are also making it possible to determine entire panels of organ specific infectious agents. Today, we will discuss the evolution of CPT codes used to report such tests as well as associated coverage issues. As always, please let us know your questions and comments via email.

Sincerely,

Gregory Root, Esq.


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