Separate terms with OR to return results that match either term.
 
Clear All

628 Matching ResultsExport these results
Click column titles once to sort ascending, and twice to sort descending.
Show Entries
HCPCS Generic Name Brand Name Strength SEER*Rx Category Major Drug Class Minor Drug Class Oral (Y/N) FDA Approval Year (Ascending) FDA Discontinuation Year CMS Effective Date CMS Discontinuation Date Status
J1051 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Depo-Provera, Depo-SubQ Provera 104, Provera 50 mg Hormonal Therapy Progestin No 1959 Jan. 1, 2003 Dec. 31, 2012 No Longer Used
J1040 Methylprednisolone Acetate DEPO-Medrol, Medrol, Medrol Acetate, SOLU-medrol 80 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1959 Jan. 1, 1997 In Use
J1030 Methylprednisolone Acetate DEPO-Medrol, Medrol, Medrol Acetate, SOLU-medrol 40 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1959 Jan. 1, 1997 In Use
J1020 Methylprednisolone Acetate DEPO-Medrol, Medrol, Medrol Acetate, SOLU-medrol 20 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1959 Jan. 1, 1997 In Use
J2930 Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate A-Methapred, SOLU-medrol 125 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1959 Jan. 1, 1997 In Use
J2920 Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate A-Methapred, SOLU-medrol 40 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1959 Jan. 1, 1997 In Use
J1710 Hydrocortisone Sodium Phosphate Hydrocortone 50 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1960 2004 Jan. 1, 1982 In Use
J3300 Triamcinolone Kenalog, Aristocort 1 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1960 Jan. 1, 2009 In Use
J3301 Triamcinolone Kenalog, Aristocort 10 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1960 Jan. 1, 1991 In Use
J7684 Triamcinolone Kenalog Aristocort 1 mg Hormonal Therapy Adrenal Glucocorticoid Corticosteroid No 1960 Jan. 1, 2000 In Use

Found 628 results in 2 millisecondsExport these results

The use of NA indicates that the HCPCS code was Not Available. NA may mean that a) the HCPCS code has not yet been created (new drug), b) the drug is given as an oral drug or alternative route (only in specific instances are HCPCS assigned to these medications), or c) the HCPCS could not be found or is truly not available.