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Practice Questions

1. What level of HCPCS covers new procedures not given a permanent CPT code?

a. Level I
b. Level II
c. Level III
d. None of the Above

2. What Level of HCPCS covers codes not covered by CPT codes?

a. Level I
b. Level II
c. Level III
d. None of the Above

3. What Level of HCPCS covers ambulance services?

a. Level I
b. Level II
c. Level III
d. None of the Above

4. What Level of HCPCS covers pharmaceuticals?

a. Level I
b. Level II
c. Level III
d. None of the Above

5. What level of HCPCS covers regionally approved Medicare procedures?

a. Level I
b. Level II
c. Level III
d. None of the Above

6. Which Procedural Code has five numbers?

a. CPT or HCPCS Level I
b. HCPCS Level II
c. HCPCS Level III
d. None of the Above

Answer Key

1. C
Level III codes, also called local codes, were developed by state Medicaid agencies, Medicare contractors, and private insurers for use in specific programs and jurisdictions, for new procedures. An example might be a procedure that is covered in one State but not in another.

2. C
Level III codes, also called local codes, were developed by state Medicaid agencies, Medicare contractors, and private insurers for use in specific programs and jurisdictions, for new procedures. An example might be a procedure that is covered in one State but not in another.

3. B
Level II codes are alphanumeric and primarily include non-physician services such as ambulance services and prosthetic devices, and represent items and supplies and non-physician services not covered by CPT-4 codes (Level I). 6

4. B
Level II codes are alphanumeric and primarily include non-physician services such as ambulance services and prosthetic devices, and represent items and supplies and non-physician services not covered by CPT-4 codes (Level I). 6

5. C
Level III codes, also called local codes, were developed by state Medicaid agencies, Medicare contractors, and private insurers for use in specific programs and jurisdictions, for new procedures. An example might be a procedure that is covered in one State but not in another.

6. A
All Level 1 have 5 numbers, with number ranges reserved for each of six sections, for each clinical area.

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Date Published: Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014
Date Modified: Sunday, August 22nd, 2021

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