HCPCS Code Details - G9472

HCPCS Level II Code
Procedures/Professional Services (Temporary Codes)
HCPCS Code G9472
Description

Long description:
Within the past 2 years, central dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (dxa) not ordered and documented, no review of systems and no medication history or pharmacologic therapy (other than minerals/vitamins) for osteoporosis prescribed

Short description:
No dxa no med hx no rv sx

HCPCS Modifier1
HCPCS Pricing indicator 00 - Physician Fee Schedule And Non-Physician Practitioners - Service not separately priced by part B (e.g., services not covered, bundled, used by Part A only, etc.)
Multiple pricing indicator 9 - Not applicable as HCPCS not priced separately by part B or value is not established
Coverage code C - Carrier judgment
BETOS2 code Z2 - Undefined codes
HCPCS Action code D - Discontinue procedure or modifier code
Type of service 1 - Medical care
Effective date Effective Jan 01, 2020
Date added Added Jan 01, 2015
Termination date Dec 31, 2019
HCPCS Coding Procedures
  HCPCS Code G9472 has been discontinued effective Jan 01, 2020.

HCPCS Modifiers

In HCPCS Level II, modifiers are composed of two alpha or alphanumeric characters.

Example: E0260-NU - Hospital bed, semi-electric (head and foot adjustment), with any type side rails, with mattress
NU” identifies the hospital bed as new equipment

See also

  • HCPCS G2119 · Within the past 2 years, calcium and/or vitamin d optimization has been ordered or performed

  • HCPCS G2120 · Within the past 2 years, calcium and/or vitamin d optimization has not been ordered or performed

  • HCPCS G8861 · Within the past 2 years, central dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (dxa) ordered and documented, review of systems and medication history or pharmacologic therapy (other than minerals/vitamins) for osteoporosis prescribed

  • HCPCS G9471 · Within the past 2 years, central dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (dxa) not ordered or documented

  • HCPCS G9473 · Services performed by chaplain in the hospice setting, each 15 minutes


1 Two-digit numeric codes are Level I code modifiers copyrighted© by the American Medical Association's Current Procedural Terminology (CPT).

2 BETOS stands for “Berenson-Eggers Type Of Service”