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Candice Fenildo, CPC, CENTC, CPB, CPMA

Otolaryngology coding covers a wide range of procedures and four parts of the respiratory system—the ears, nose, sinuses, and throat. ENT Providers use codes in the 20000, 30000, 40000, and 60000, 70000 and 90000 series of CPT® codes. All of this territory provides plenty of opportunities for coding misconceptions. Some of these misconceptions will be reviewed during this session.

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