I hope somebody can help me! I'm one of the lucky ones that has an Insurance that (at least claims to ) cover some of my cost. My problem is, that my Doctors Office is private and they do not deal with Insurances at all. So I have to pay everything and then send in a claim. But my Insurance requires me to put a Treatment Code on my Claim. My Doctors Office does not work with Codes, since they don't work with Insurances. And I tried to google but really can not find anything... Maybe any of you are lucky enough to have an Insurance and maybe you can look at your paperwork and tell me what kind of codes the Doctors use? That would just be soooo awesome! They will not reimburse me anything if I don't provide all information.... I just have no idea how to find out....
I need Treatment Codes for:
And Diagnosis Codes for:
male factor infertility
you would really help me sooo much!!!
Thanks for every reply!!!
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05-25-2012, 07:34 AM #1
Need insurance code help - please!!!TTC since August 2007
IVF #1 - May11 Womack - BFN (chemical)
IVF #2 - Feb12 Womack - BFN
FET #1 - April12 Womack - BFN
IVF #3 - Feb 13 IVF Saar Germany
06-06-2012, 09:25 AM #2
I don't know the codes per say, but did you google icd-9 codes? That is what I just did and I found this (2012 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Codes 606.* : Male infertility. Another thing would be to call you regular ob office and speak to their billing clerk. Explain that you need to submit your claims for infertility and ask if she can look the codes up. Check out this link for the codes. Hope this helps!
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