Question:

Does Medicare pay for adenosine (J0153)?

Answer:

Medicare does pay for adenosine when billed by physician offices and non-hospital imaging centers. The current payment is $0.73 per mg. However, for hospitals billing under the outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS), stress agents such as adenosine are packaged and not paid separately.

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