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What HCPCS codes should be used to bill for intravenous immune globulin (IVIG)?

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What HCPCS codes should be used to bill for intravenous immune globulin (IVIG)?

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NOTE THE CHANGE: Effective for services after January 1, 2006, HCPCS codes Q9941-Q9944 will no longer be paid by Medicare. These codes will be replaced with HCPCS codes J1566 and J1567 for dates of service on or after January 1, 2006. • J1566 – INJECTION, IMMUNE GLOBULIN, INTRAVENOUS, LYOPHILIZED (E.G., POWDER), 500 MG. • J1567 – INJECTION, IMME GLOBULIN, INTRAVENOUS, NON-LYOPHILIZED (E.G., LIQUID), 500 MG. HCPC Coding Changes Effective July 1, 2007 for Immune Globulin Effective for claims with dates of service on or after July 1, 2007, Health Care Procedure Code System (HCPC) code J1567 (injection, immune Globulin, intravenous, non-lyophilized (e.g. liquid), 500 mg) will no longer be payable for Medicare. In it’s place, the following HCPCS codes will be payable, effective July 1, 2007: HCPCS Code Short Description Long Description Q4087 Octagam Injection Injection, immune globulin (Octagam), intravenous, non lyophilized (e.g. liquid), 500 mg Q4088 Gammagard Liquid Injection Injection,

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