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Last Modified: 7/11/2019 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

Targeted probe and educate review topics

Targeted probe and educate (TPE) is a process that combines a review of a sample of claims with education to help reduce claims submission errors. Click here to learn more about TPE.
This page provides education information only on current topics under review; however, for a full list of all codes that will be subject to TPE please click here.
The list below includes current TPE review topics, documentation checklists, and additional resources to assist you during the review process:

Topics for review

Procedure code(s)

Documentation checklist

Resources

Evaluation and Management (E/M):
99222 - 99223
99232 - 99233
99307 - 99310
99304 - 99306
99204 - 99205
99213 - 99214
99285
99490
Ambulance:
A0428
Critical Care:
99291 - 99292
Psychotherapy:
90832 - 90840
Laboratory Services:
(Definitive Drug Testing)
G0480 - G0483
(Presumptive Drug Testing)
80307
Chronic Care:
Rehabilitation Services:
Drug Injections:
Drugs & Biologicals
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