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Cardiology Coding Handbook 2017

Cardiology Coding Handbook 2017

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Your Indispensable Sourcebook for Cardiology Coding Guidelines and Reimbursement

If the inundation of new codes and revisions for CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS put an end to your expedient coding accuracy, the Cardiology Coding Handbook 2017 will restore your command.

Cardiology Coding Handbook 2017 is an all-inclusive and essential resource powered up exclusively for cardiology and vascular surgery coders. With how-to advice on the 2017 CPT®, HCPCS, and ICD-10-CM code sets at your fingertips, we catch you up to speed and get you moving faster than ever.

Optimize Reimbursement Through Better Cardiology Coding & Documentation

Master codes like T82—cardiac device complication—and capture the encounter details you need for prompt payment. Master the complete code sets with the all-new Cardiology Coding Handbook 2017! From helping you incorporate documentation changes to providing you with detailed guidance for venography, angioplasty, coronary aspiration thrombectomy, AAA screening, stress test codes, and more — we’ve got you covered.

Take a giant leap forward with these features and benefits:

  • 2017 cardiology CPT® code changes and revisions, including additions, deletions, category updates, and tips
  • Tighten up your LAAC coding just in time for new code 33340
  • Relearn angioplasty coding with 2017 CPT® coding changes
  • Deepen your understanding of TPVI with expert insights
  • Apply this primary code list to +37252 (IVUS)
  • Break programing out of global
  • Pick apart tibial guidelines
  • Know nuclear stress test coding essentials
  • Look beyond descriptor for shunt detection
  • Choose BNP code base on role
  • Master codes for emergent NSTEMI intervention
  • Identify Coumadin management risk
  • Spot counseling E/M coding opportunities
  • Think twice before reporting H&P with E/M
  • Keep these cardiology Category III codes handy to head off auditing troubles
  • Make room for new echo Category III code
  • Tread with care for inpatient modifier 24 use
  • Reopen rather than resubmit for modifier 25
  • Choose 78 for OR-treatment complication
  • Nail down new anticoagulant and collaborative care HCPCS codes for 2017
  • Succeed at heart failure coding with “Code First’ and payer policy answers
  • And so much more!


Don’t miss out on critical cardiology coding topics that could enhance your bottom line! Call 1-800-508-2582 or click the link above to get your copy of the latest cardiology coding handbook today.


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