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 ]
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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 ]