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 What Is a Friction Modifier?

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What Is a Medicare GP Modifier?

Medicare beneficiaries may receive a Medicare Summary Notice or an Explanation of Benefits (if enrolled in a private plan) that has codes that make little sense unless you are a billing professiona... Read More »
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What does the modifier -62 indicate in the CPT manual?

What is a CPT code with a modifier?

CPT code modifiers are numeric modifications made to current procedural terminology codes to keep up with the ever-changing medical industry. As of 2009, there were more than 7,800 CPTs.Definition ... Read More »
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Where can i get a voice modifier for a cell phone?

I'm sure u can look it up on different sites trust me they're out there.
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