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Printed Date: 9/22/2015
When a provider receives a Comprehensive Error Rate Testing (CERT) error for incorrect coding, it means the documentation submitted for review by the provider does not match the codes billed for the claim.
These codes may be ICD-CM, HCPCS, CPT or modifiers. Here are issues that lead to incorrect coding:
Here are some tips to prevent this error:
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Last Updated: 01/11/2018