Transcatheter lower extremity arterial revascularization is coded much differently than other vascular systems. There is significantly more bundling, and the rules differ based on the specific artery intervened upon. This increases the complexity of coding for these interventions.
CPT Coding for Lower Extremity Arterial Endovascular Revascularization
- Examines the three different lower extremity territories for revascularization (iliac, femoral-popliteal, and tibial-peroneal) and the specific rules surrounding each territory.
- There are numerous case examples that demonstrate the usage of the codes and how they are applied when performed in a single territory and in multiple territories.
- Bundling issues are addressed in order to clarify what can and cannot be reported separately.
- After completing this course, you will be able to accurately code lower extremity arterial endovascular procedures.
- CIRCC Certified
eLearning must be completed within the same calendar year of purchase.
Purchase as part of the Complete IR and Cardiovascular Coding package, and learn about a broad range of IR and Cardiovascular procedures and the guidelines for proper coding. Learn more here.