I'm pretty excited about the upcoming teleconference call. I've found some important information that may help you and your Doctor. This is so important that I just couldn't wait for the teleconference call to share it with you.
You may not know it, I know I didn't until I did some research, but your Doctor uses a Diagnosis Code to bill your insurance. So, just how does your insurance pay for a disease that has no insurance code? I found the answer.
A few 'Morgellons Friendly Physicians' report using the ICD code 709.9.
2010 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 709.9
Unspecified disorder of skin and subcutaneous tissue
709.9 is a billable ICD-9-CM medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
We are going to be covering this in detail on the December 5th during the teleconference call. The other part of the teleconference includes three recovering Morgellons Sufferers from our website. They will be discussing with us the importance of a good doctor patient relationship and much more valuable information. The kind of Information Morgellons Sufferers Need.
Ask your friends and families to join us and learn about this little known emerging disease. Ask other Morgellons Sufferers to join us.
Let's make this the biggest Teleconference Call yet!
Hi Michele, Kathy, and Maribeth,
I want to thank all of you for time to be on the conference call.
It was a privilege to be able to spend some time getting to know each of you. I feel honored that you took the time to share your stories with me as I was preparing for the call.
Morgellons can be a very isolating disease. Each time I have the opportunity to talk to another Morgellons Sufferer I am reminded that we are not going through this disease alone. I hope that those who were able to listen in to the call and those who will listen to it from the Conference Call Archive will understand they are not alone.
Kathy and Michele you both were marvelous. What a message of hope you were able to convey. Telling about your symptoms expressing your fear in the early days of your disease. Then tellings us how you were overcoming Morgellons and able to return to 'normal' lives. You are leading the way for many from despair to hope and wellness.
Maribeth, I know you were disappointed that circumstances beyond your control prevented you from being able to be on the call. But by being there, behind the scenes, as we were preparing made rest of us better. In addition to your story of hope you are in a unique position to share information about the Health Care Provider - Patient relationship. We will have time or make time for you to get that valuable information out in the not too distant future.