We’ve heard there is a new modifier effective this year, is this true? If so what does it report?
At one time, several codes detailed “abscess” for catheter-assisted drainage. However, the AMA has since eliminated these codes. So, what has happened with these codes
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Covering nonvascular catheter-based drainage procedures, this session will discuss the differences and nuances in code choices for thoracentesis, paracentesis, fluid-collections, indwelling catheters, needle-based procedures and sclerosing with guidance on when each code option is appropriate to use, what’s bundled and what’s inclusive and when multiple codes may be reported.
Covering diagnostic imaging and interventional procedures performed in the dialysis circuit, this session will discuss the differences and nuances in code choices with guidance on when each code is appropriate to use through discussion of common questions and common coding errors, detailed explanations, tips, guidelines, and case examples. We will cover the new 2023 Category I codes and deletion of 2 G codes. In addition, we will discuss the 4 new C codes created for ASCs.
Covering the imaging and interventional procedures performed in the lower extremities, this session will discuss the differences and nuances in code choices for angiography, angioplasty, atherectomy, lithotripsy, infusion therapy and intravascular stenting (for both arterial and venous procedures) with guidance on when each code is appropriate to use, and how those code choices change based on how the procedure is performed. It will also include and explanation of the 4 new 2023 C codes created by CMS for ASCs along with who should and should not report them.
Covering a full range of genitourinary procedures, join us for this in-depth session as we break down diagnostic and therapeutic procedures – detailing the procedures and the CPT® codes that go with them while offering in-depth insights, guidance, and instruction so you can come away with confidence when coding for these complex, and often error prone, services.
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