Debridement Procedures on the Skin CPT® Code range 11000- 11047

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Skin, Subcutaneous and Accessory Structures 11000-11047 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 11000- 11047
Debridement Procedures on the Skin
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You really need an operative report in order to be able to assign a code. By your description, this sounds like it may be a debridement procedure, and if so, then you can assign the appropriate code ... [ Read More ]
Hi I d use the debridement ( CPT 11000 to 11047 ) on this intermediate laceration repair (CPT 12031 to 12057) and the x-ray code. Hopefully get a good notes of the record showing both physicians nam... [ Read More ]
Hello hbarney1, Effective April 16, 2018 HBCBSNJ will not longer reimburse CPT 29580 separately if performed with CPT codes 11000, 11010, 11011, 11012, 11042, 11045, 11043, 11046, 11044 and 11047. P... [ Read More ]
Per CMS NCCI guidelines [I]"Debridement of a skin wound (e.g., CPT codes 11000, 11042-11047, 97597, 97598) prior to a graft/skin substitute is included in the skin graft/skin substitute procedure (CPT... [ Read More ]
Debridement is inclusive and not separately reportable w/ skin grafting NCCI Manual III.I.2 [QUOTE]Debridement of a skin wound (e.g., CPT codes 11000, 11042-11047, 97597, 97598) prior to a graft/sk... [ Read More ]
[B]When choosing the correct code for a debridement procedure on the skin, such as those that an [U]emergency department provider may perform[/U], study the codes from 11000 to 11047, Debridement proc... [ Read More ]
It really has nothing to do with the type of provider, it's more situational: "Code 97597 is a wound care management code that involves serious wounds requiring extensive debridement. For each additi... [ Read More ]
Question about these four cases. (Same patient, four different dates of service within 10 days) Below is the operative reports for all 4 cases. Doctor is questioning use of: 11004 vs 11043, 11046x49... [ Read More ]