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Basics of Interventional Radiology Coding

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Covering basic terminology, guidance, and vascular anatomy, this webcast walks through modifiers, CCI fundamentals, bundled codes, and component coding and rules.

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Gain a Broad Range of IR Coding Fundamentals

Providing the foundation for interventional radiology, this webcast is an opportunity to get grounded in a broad range of coding basics. This webcast is essential for the other sessions in the Interventional Radiology Coding Series, and crucial for achieving the full appropriate payment, along with reducing your risk for noncompliance.

The agenda, covered by our presenter, Jeff Majchrzak includes guidelines to follow, reimbursement tips, coding options, core definitions, as well as explanations and examples of:

  • CPT®
  • HCPCS (Level I and II)
  • Revenue Codes
  • Modifiers
    • Level II X-Modifiers
    • -59
    • Correct Coding Edit Modifier Indicators (CCEMI)
    • Global Periods
  • NCCI
    • Changes
    • MUEs, MAIs, PTP
    • Add-On Code Edits
  • Interventional Radiology Basics
    • Vascular Family
    • Approach: Ipsilateral, Contralateral, Antegrade, Retrograde
    • Angiography
    • Catheter Placement: Non-Selective, Selective, Supraselective
      • Orders of Selectivity
      • Bifurcation
  • Component Coding and Rules
    • S&I, Surgical (Procedural) Codes
    • 2018 Interventional CPT Codes, Definitions & RVUs
    • Bundled Codes
    • When allowed: what can and can't be coded
      • Catheter Placements
      • Diagnostic Invasive / Interventional Radiology Imaging
  • Guidelines to Follow When Coding Interventional Procedures


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