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Diane
Lor and

 


 

February 11, 2019


The 2019 psychological testing CPT codes represent an appreciable advancement for psychologists, particularly as reflected by the increased valuing of the professional acumen needed to complete thoughtful and thorough evaluations (e.g., 96130). We have a shared opportunity to influence appropriate use of the codes and relevant reimbursement.
 
WE NEED YOUR INPUT to advance efforts for pre-authorization, clinical utility, and reimbursement. Because we are all working to document and code properly, we would like you to send details regarding your experiences and questions regarding psychological testing:  

• Challenges
• Questions
• Successes
• and Tips/Recommendations


We also appreciate you sharing any forms you think may be helpful to your colleagues. NPA staff will (anonymously) forward your feedback to NPA Professional Affairs psychologists to sort and to distill as relevant to NPA members in the near future. Please reply to this email at your earliest convenience! If you have questions or are interested in Professional Affairs efforts, please include this in the email response.

Reply to this email at:
npa@nebpsych.org

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