Was code 95827 deleted? If so how do we go about reporting the associated service?


In 2020, code 95827 describing all-night EEG recording was deleted and the code series for EEG recording was expanded to better define the different types of EEG recording that may be performed. For sleep labs, with the deletion of code 95827, you are instructed to refer to codes 95705, 95706, 95707, 95711, 95712, 95713, 95717, or 95718 and choose the code that most accurately describes the EEG recording performed based on the long description of the codes. These codes describe 2–12 hours of monitoring, with or without video, and various levels of monitoring and maintenance of the patient (i.e., unmonitored, intermittent, continuous).

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