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    J-Code Lookup

    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
    • NDC

    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.

    JCode Directory

    HCPC Drug name
    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