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Relations Office (202-336-5889).

Additional resources for using the H&B codes

APA Monitor on Psychology: “Need help using the new health and behavior CPT codes?”  http://apa.org/monitor/sept02/cptcodes.html

APA Monitor on Psychology “New CPT codes will recognize psychologists’ work with physical health problems:  http://www.apa.org/monitor/nov00/codes.html

APA Practice Organization’s “APA Practice Directorate Announces New Health and Behavior CPT Codes” (with description of codes):  http://www.apa.org/practice/cpt_2002.html)

APA Practice Organizations “FAQ on the Health and Behavior CPT Codes”:  http://www.apapractice.org/apo/0/new_cpt_codes.html

Online ICD-9 diagnosis code directory (one of several available): http://www.eicd.com/

Medicare and Medical Policy Bulletin for Health and Behavior Assessment/Intervention:

http://www.hgsa.com/professionals/policy/v46a.html

* The content of scenarios has been modified for privacy. Our billing system has not been able to confirm whether claims for these patients have yet been reimbursed.

Note:  This article was written to reflect work conducted within APA’s Committee on Disability in Psychology (CDIP).  Special thanks to Diane M. Pedulla, J.D., Antonio Puente, Ph.D., and James Georgoulakis, Ph.D., who provided assistance in understanding the H&B codes.

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