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This clinical guidance from the PCSS-MAT provides a list of commonly used CPT codes for buprenorphine induction and maintenance. Information is includes for both psychiatrists and non-psychiatrist physicians.
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PCSS-MAT
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Commonly Used CPT codes - Primary Care

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This is a table containing common CPT codes used by primary care physicians for buprenorphine treatment reimbursement.

Coding is either based on complexity of service or time, with four contributing components:

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Description: 
This clinical guidance provides information on billing services for office-based opioid treatment, including CPT codes for both psychiatrists and primary care providers.
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Physician Clinical Support System (PCSS)
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Billing for Office-Based Opioid Treatment

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This page provides the most commonly used billing codes for office-based buprenorphine treatment.
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This is a database that allows users to search Medicare Prescription Coverage and Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plans by State.
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Department of Health and Human Services
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Displays the appropriate CPT and HCPCS billing codes for the different phases of buprenorphine treatment.
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The National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment (NAABT)
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Description: 
This is an article written by CIGNA Behavioral Health's (CBH) Senior Medical Director. It describes how CIGNA addressed reimbursement, a major barrier to physician prescription of buprenorphine, by identifying an HCPCS code (H0033) that physicians can use to bill for the services provided during buprenorphine induction visits.
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Nemecek, Doug. Behavioral Healthcare: November 2007.
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