Cardizem J Code

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NEED J-CODE FOR CARDIZEM

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Hello,

I located the following info on a forum, so I can't confirm it's validity, but it appears to be so:

"We have always had to use the J3490 code for Cardizem. We submit the NDC number
along with the description and dosage."

NOTE: I located the NDC# to be 55390-565-05

Hope this info helps!

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