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Meet These 93922, 93923 Must-Haves or Risk Repaying $186

Posted on 15. Jan, 2009 by in Hot Coding Topics

Your practice may use ankle/brachial indices (ABIs) to help diagnose some of the 8 million Americans who have peripheral arterial disease. But if you miss CPT’s guidance on hardcopies for noninvasive arterial studies, you could be headed for trouble.

Work your way through these five important rules to keep your accuracy rate at its best.

1. Single vs. Multiple Matters

Take a close look at the descriptors for these noninvasive arterial study codes … More …

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©Radiology Coding Alert 2009.


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