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What do you feel the qualifications for a payer to cover costs for sterilization procedures should be?
Weegy: Because special consent forms, documenting informed consent, are often required for sterilization procedures, individuals considering such procedures must be thoroughly counseled regarding a variety of crucialissues (Table). [ In all states, special consent forms are required for women undergoing publicly funded sterilization. In a few states (eg, New York, California), special consent is required from all women seeking sterilization. For Medicaid-funded sterilizations, a 30-day waiting period is required from the signing of the consent form to the time of sterilization. Exceptions are cases of premature delivery when sterilization was scheduled for the expected delivery date, and emergency abdominal surgery with informed consent signed 30 days or more prior to intended date of sterilization. Women aged under 21 cannot have federally funded sterilizations in most states.5 There are no such restrictions for male sterilization. Clinicians must be familiar with all applicable state and local government guidelines. ] (More)
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What do you feel the qualifications for a payer to cover costs for sterilization procedures should be?
Weegy: The easier it is to access contraceptives and sterilization procedures, the more promiscuous our culture will ... big stretch..a law isn't going to make someone promiscuous...would you prefer to paying for an indigent child, that bc pills? (More)
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what is the ICD-9-CCM for Chronic cholecystitis and cholelithiasis?
Weegy: The code is 575.12 User: what is the CPT code for Chronic cholecystitis and cholelithiasis? (More)
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what is the CPT code for a Bilateral tubal ligation, modified Pomeroy technique?
Weegy: That code is 58600, if the procedure is done alone, without other abdominal surgery and not right after a vaginal delivery. If the ligation is done after vaginal delivery, and during the same hospitalization, it is coded 58605. [ If a ligation is done during a caesarian section or other abdomial surgery, the code is + 58611. tubal ligation is an interruption of the continuity of the oviducts by cutting, cautery, or by a plastic or metal device to prevent future conception. There are four occlusion methods for tubal ligation, i. e. partial salpingectomy, clips, silicone rings, and electrocoagulation or cauterization. CPT 58600 is the right... ] (More)
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what is the CPT code for Cystoscopy, foreign body removal from vesical neck?
Weegy: 217 User: what is the ICD-9-CM code for Cystoscopy, foreign body removal from vesical neck? (More)
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