You are using an unsupported browser. Please update your browser to the latest version on or before July 31, 2020.

Showing articles from pediatrician tag

What is the developmental screening code for reimbursement for physicians?

The code for developmental screening is 96110. For more information, please refer to this [coding fact sheet for primary care pediatricians][1]. [1]:

Our pediatric medical clinic would like to implement ASQ-3 at the 9, 18, & 30 month visits. However, we are a very busy practice and have little resources to provide support for completion by parents. What steps do you recommend for achieving the highest completion rates?

Most pediatric practices are very busy so it’s important to realize that screening doesn't have to be overly time consuming. Simple strategies can be incorporated into office visits to support completion. Some pediatric practices choose to have caregivers complete ASQ-3 questionnaires online at home prior to scheduled…

Why are there are both 9 and 10 month questionnaires for ASQ-3?

The 9 month questionnaire interval was added to the third edition of ASQ to assist with pediatricians' use of screening tools at the 9, 18, and 30 month visits per the [AAP policy statement on screening][1]. There is an overlap between the age administration windows for the 9 and 10 month questionnaires, and your prog…

scroll to top icon