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What Is This Tool?
Our J-Code lookup tool allows you to find all of the HCPCS (Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System) J-code (and Q-code) drugs and their respective HCPCS Details. In addition, each detail page contains an HCPCS/NDC crosswalk, a billing calculator, and drug information.
One of the more popular features of this tool is that it allows you to look up a Jcode by NDC OR by a drug name.
What Are J-Codes & Q-Codes?
'J-codes' are drugs that are typically billed through a 'medical' benefit versus a 'pharmacy' benefit under health plans, and are generally not self-administered (i.e. are administered by a health care professional). They consist of chemotherapy drugs and injectable drugs:
- J0120-J8999 - Drugs Administered Other than Oral Method
- J9000-J9999 - Chemotherapy Drugs
Q-Codes are simply temporary codes that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) establish for services and supplies that do not yet have a permanent code.
J-codes and Q-codes are part of the HCPCS Level II code set used for billing for drugs (primarily injectables), supplies, equipment, nonphysician services, and services not represented by CPT codes (Level I HCPCS). They are often billed along with a procedure-based CPT code.
How To Use This Tool
This tool allows you to search for the details of a J-code in several ways, including:
- Drug Name
- HCPCS Code
For example, you can look up a J-code by NDC. Simply type the NDC into the search box.
Most J-code detail pages contain a complete HCPCS/NDC crosswalk.
This tool is free to use but its contents are not available for download or reproduction.
|J0120||Injection, tetracycline, up to 250 mg|
|J0121||Injection, omadacycline, 1 mg|
|J0122||Injection, eravacycline, 1 mg|
|J0129||Injection, abatacept, 10 mg (code may be used for medicare when drug administered under the direct supervision of a physician, not for use when drug is self administered)|
|J0130||Injection abciximab, 10 mg|
|J0131||Injection, acetaminophen, 10 mg|
|J0132||Injection, acetylcysteine, 100 mg|
|J0133||Injection, acyclovir, 5 mg|
|J0135||Injection, adalimumab, 20 mg|
|J0150||Injection, adenosine for therapeutic use, 6 mg (not to be used to report any adenosine phosphate compounds, instead use a9270)|
|J0151||Injection, adenosine for diagnostic use, 1 mg (not to be used to report any adenosine phosphate compounds, instead use a9270)|
|J0153||Injection, adenosine, 1 mg (not to be used to report any adenosine phosphate compounds)|
|J0171||Injection, adrenalin, epinephrine, 0.1 mg|
|J0172||Injection, aducanumab-avwa, 2 mg|
|J0178||Injection, aflibercept, 1 mg|
|J0179||Injection, brolucizumab-dbll, 1 mg|
|J0180||Injection, agalsidase beta, 1 mg|
|J0185||Injection, aprepitant, 1 mg|
|J0190||Injection, biperiden lactate, per 5 mg|
|J0200||Injection, alatrofloxacin mesylate, 100 mg|
|J0202||Injection, alemtuzumab, 1 mg|
|J0205||Injection, alglucerase, per 10 units|
|J0207||Injection, amifostine, 500 mg|
|J0210||Injection, methyldopate hcl, up to 250 mg|
|J0215||Injection, alefacept, 0.5 mg|
|J0219||Injection, avalglucosidase alfa-ngpt, 4 mg|
|J0220||Injection, alglucosidase alfa, 10 mg, not otherwise specified|
|J0221||Injection, alglucosidase alfa, (lumizyme), 10 mg|
|J0222||Injection, patisiran, 0.1 mg|
|J0223||Injection, givosiran, 0.5 mg|