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I have the below table - it has three seperate column "sets"/"groups" where I want to take my select code sample and where row = 1 insert into 1st column set, where row = 2 insert into 2nd. etc.


CREATE TABLE [dbo].[tblPROFEE_RVU_Mods](
      [ID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
      [HCPCS] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [carrierLoc] [varchar](20) NULL,
      ------ First col set
      [1mod] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [1facRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1nonFacRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1mpRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1fac] money NULL,
      [1nonFac] money NULL,
------ second col set
      [2mod] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [2facRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [2nonFacRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [2mpRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [2fac] money NULL,
      [2nonFac] money NULL,
------ third col set
      [3mod] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [3facRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [3nonFacRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [3mpRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [3fac] money NULL,
      [3nonFac] money NULL,
SELECT DISTINCT c.hcpcs, c.CarrierLoc,
                        CASE WHEN r.MOD IS NULL THEN '-'
                             ELSE r.[MOD]
                        END AS [MOD],
                        r.[FULLY IMPLEMENTED FACILITY PE RVU],
                        r.[FULLY IMPLEMENTED NON-FAC PE RVU],
                        r.[MP RVU],
                        c.Fac,
                        c.NonFac,
                        CASE WHEN c.mod IS NULL OR c.mod = '' THEN '1' WHEN c.mod = '26' then '2' ELSE '3' END AS row
              FROM      dbmasterdata.dbo.tblPROFEE AS c
                        LEFT JOIN dbmasterdata.dbo.tblPROFEE_RVU AS r ON c.HCPCS = r.HCPCS
                                                                      AND ISNULL(r.MOD, N'') = ISNULL(c.MOD, N'')
			  WHERE c.mod <> '53'

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Hi
I am not sure you are approaching this in the right way (not really enough info) but I would suggest your main table is formatted more like this:
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[tblPROFEE_RVU_Mods](
      [ID] [int] IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
      [HCPCS] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [carrierLoc] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [1mod] [varchar](20) NULL,
      [1facRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1nonFacRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1mpRVU] [decimal](5, 2) NULL,
      [1fac] money NULL,
      [1nonFac] money NULL,
      [colset] INT
There are less "duplicated" columns and there is a colset column instead to identify which "sets"/"groups" your data relates to, you might need to work out the relationships of your data and then look at your database design.
To do what you want if I am understanding you correctly would mean that only 1  "sets"/"groups" of would ever be populated meaning that you would have a great deal of empty space in your table which is undesirable.  If you still want to do this I suggest you do it in 3 seperate quereis one for each  "sets"/"groups".  I think the snippet below for example would return the data for "sets"/"groups"  2, you would then have a seperate one for 1 and for 3 and run them independantly.

SELECT DISTINCT
	c.hcpcs
	, c.CarrierLoc
	, CASE
		WHEN r.[MOD] IS NULL THEN '-'
		ELSE r.[MOD]
		END AS [MOD]
	, r.[FULLY IMPLEMENTED FACILITY PE RVU]
	, r.[FULLY IMPLEMENTED NON-FAC PE RVU]
	, r.[MP RVU]
	, c.Fac
	, c.NonFac
	FROM
		dbmasterdata.dbo.tblPROFEE AS c
		LEFT JOIN dbmasterdata.dbo.tblPROFEE_RVU AS r ON c.HCPCS = r.HCPCS  AND ISNULL(r.[MOD], N'') = ISNULL(c.[MOD], N'')
	WHERE
		c.[mod] = '26'

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