Current Topic Is Rather Lengthy

The HCPCS Drug table contains over 1,400 common drugs, listed by Trade Name and Generic name. These can be found by scrolling the list, or performing a search for a drug name.

Note that this table was slated to be replaced by the National Drug Codes (NDC) as part of HIPAA implementation, but this portion of the legislation has been postponed. There are over 102,000 NDC codes which contain 10 digits and 2 or 3 dash separators.

Flash Code includes them all, just perform a CPT or HCPCS search and select the Allow NDC option.
1. The standard table view includes the Code number, Trade Name, Generic Name, Route, and Amount

2. For drugs that are listed under their generic equivalent, click on the arrow button to display that record.

3. The corresponding HCPCS code can be reached by clicking on this link.

This Drug table can be frustrating, since it contains a very limited set of codes, often times you will need to use a general drug code when the specific one you wish to use is not included on this list. When you do, it is likely that you will need to submit documentation with the bill in order to justify the medication used during the delivery of patient care.

Keep in mind the NDC codes will eventually replace this table, you should check with your insurance carrier to see if they are ahead of medicare's timeline for implementation.