Schedule of Fees

  • Code
  • 92507
    Treatment of speech, language, voice, communication, and/or auditory processing disorder; individual
  • 92508
    Treatment ... group, 2 or more individuals
  • 92521
    Evaluation of speech fluency (e.g., stuttering, cluttering)
  • 92522
    Evaluation of speech sound production (e.g., articulation, phonological process, apraxia, dysarthria)
  • 92523
    Evaluation of speech sound production (e.g., articulation, phonological process, apraxia, dysarthria); with evaluation of language comprehension and expression (e.g., receptive and expressive language)
  • 92524
    Behavioral and qualitative analysis of voice and resonance
  • 92526
    Treatment of swallowing and oral function for feeding...
  • 92607
    Evaluation for prescription for speech-generating augmentative and alternative communication device, face-to-face with the patient; first hour
  • 92608
    Each additional 30 minutes (list separately in addition to code for primary procedure)
  • 92609
    Therapeutic services for the use of speech-generating device, including programming and modification
  • 92610
    Evaluation of oral and pharyngeal swallowing function
  • 96105
    Assessment of aphasia (includes assessment of expressive and receptive speech and language function, language comprehension, speech production ability
  • 96111
    Developmental testing, (includes assessment of motor, language, social, adaptive, and/or cognitive functioning by standardized developmental instruments) with interpretation and report
  • 96125
    Standardized cognitive performance testing (eg, Ross Information Processing Assessment) per hour of a qualified health care professional's time, both face-to-face administering tests to the patient and time interpreting these results and preparing the report

This information was developed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to provide an analysis of the 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS), including comments on relevant policy changes, a list of Current Procedural Terminology codes used by speech-language pathologists with their national average payment amounts.

All CPT® codes and descriptors are copyright 2013 American Medical Association.

Patients without insurance can set up a private pay fee schedule with management.

Fiscal Integrity/Financial Statements

Associated Speech & Language Services, Inc. has not experienced any claims or lawsuits since purchasing this practice in October 1999 hence there is no pending litigation. A Certificate of Status from the State of MD Department of Assessment and Taxation documents that Associated Speech & Language Services, Inc. "is a corporation duly incorporated and existing under and by virtue of the laws of Maryland and the corporation has filed all annual reports required, has no outstanding late filing penalties on those reports, and has a resident agent. Therefore, the corporation is at the time of this certificate (signed and dated May 11, 2009) in good standing".

Speech Pathology Service to the community

  1. What is a Speech/Language Pathologist?
  2. When do you consult a Speech/Language Pathologist?
  3. What types of problems does the Speech/Language Pathologist work with?
    1. Articulation problems
    2. Tongue thrust
    3. Voice problems
    4. Stuttering
    5. Delayed speech or language development
    6. Accent and dialect reduction
    7. Disorders related to stroke or head injury
      1. A. Disorders of language (Aphasia)
      2. B. Problems with higher level language skills (Cognitive/Linguistic skills)
      3. C. Speech problems relating to muscle weakness (Dysarthria)
      4. D. Speech problems relating to sequencing muscle and/or speech movements (Apraxia)
      5. E. Problems with swallowing (Dysphagia)
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