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Search for DMEPOS products by HCPCS codes, manufacturer, product name, model number and more.

This page will show a sample of how the tool works. The search will only show results for "catheter bag" and all manufacturer links will go to the same sample company.

Access to this feature is available in the following products:
  • Find-A-Code Professional
  • Find-A-Code Facility Base

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Billable HCPCS Codes vs. Payable HCPCS Codes

The PDAC receives frequent inquiries regarding a billable HCPCS code and a payable HCPCS code. One may think the two are the same; however this is not the case.

A billable HCPCS code is one that is submitted on a claim to the DME MAC. A billable HCPCS code will display as active on DMECS (no end date). If the HCPCS code is billable to the DME MAC it does not necessarily mean it is payable.

A payable HCPCS code is one that will be considered for payment by the DME MACs if the item meets the definition of DME, falls under a benefit category, and is covered under other general DME guidelines. Specific details can be found on the applicable DME MAC website for which you are billing.

When inquiring about a HCPCS code to determine if the code is billable or payable to a DME MAC, first check the National Coverage Determination (NCD), the Local Coverage Determination (LCD), and the DME MAC website to determine whether the code is billable and/or payable.

Example:  HCPCS code A5510 is currently listed on DMECS as a billable code to the DME MAC. The current LCD states: "Items represented by code A5510 reflect compression molding to the patient's foot over time through the heat and pressure generated by wearing a shoe with the insert present. Since these inserts are not considered total contact at the time of dispensing, they do not meet the requirements of the benefit category and will be denied as non-covered". The LCD indicates that this HCPCS code is billable but not payable by the DME MACs.


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