Adjacent Tissue Transfer or Rearrangement Procedures on the Integumentary System CPT® Code range 14000- 14350

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Repair (Closure) Procedures on the Integumentary System 14000-14350 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

Subscribe to Codify by AAPC and get the code details in a flash.

CPT® Code Range 14000- 14350
Adjacent Tissue Transfer or Rearrangement Procedures on the Integumentary System
On a CPT® code's hierarchy page, you get to see a medical code's neighbors, including the CPT® codes' official long descriptors. Seeing related codes helps coders choose the correct code, improving their accuracy rate.
Click on a blue code to see a sample of a CPT® code's details page.

September 22, 2022
CMS seeks your input to help improve efficiency and equity within its programs. Despite decades of research and efforts to improve health outcomes in the United States disparities in health and health... [ Read More ]
September 14, 2022
Changes to evaluation and management codes are going to take time getting used to. CPT 2023 brings medical coders 101 new codes sprinkled throughout the code set but its the revised and deleted codes ... [ Read More ]
September 09, 2022
Patients will see expanded accessibility to devices and services but providers will feel a payment pinch. Two recent rulings impact audiologists and patients who rely on hearing aids for quality of li... [ Read More ]
September 08, 2022
Now is the time to prepare for a return to prepandemic standards and practices. After twoplus years of working under the flexibilities granted to the healthcare industry during the COVID19 public heal... [ Read More ]
September 02, 2022
A quarterly update to the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule CLFS issued by the Centers for Medicare 38 Medicaid Services CMS on Aug. 11 includes 23 new CPT codes for proprietary laboratory analyses PLA... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="asmonger, post: 502199, member: 56267"] 15002-15005 is preparation for a skin graft or "replacement" and an additional graft code would be used with this code set whereas 14000-14350 is repair... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="asmonger, post: 502199, member: 56267"] 15002-15005 is preparation for a skin graft or "replacement" and an additional graft code would be used with this code set whereas 14000-14350 is repair... [ Read More ]
15002-15005 is preparation for a skin graft or "replacement" and an additional graft code would be used with this code set whereas 14000-14350 is repair of a defect using adjacent tissue to repair the... [ Read More ]
Can surg prep codes 15002-15005 be used with tissue tx codes 14000-14350? My providers want to bill for debridement along with the ATT codes but I believe debridement is included.... [ Read More ]
What's the correct code to bill for M plasty closure? I have read an article that states it should be intermediate or complex code series, but another source says to bill ATT (adjacent tissue transf... [ Read More ]
[b]Lesions[/b] Log In / Join Home » Knowledge Center » CMS » Skin Lesion Excisions Knowledge Center Hot Topics Revenue Management Quality Payment Program Telehealth Facility Health Information... [ Read More ]
I ran across this thread from 2008...I don't have my 2017 Global Service Data yet...would appreciate any verification if this is still current....many thanks "According to the AAOS Global Data, the ... [ Read More ]
Here's a copy of an AAPC article by John Verhovshek regarding your question. See the 3rd or 4th paragraph down starting with 'To assign a malignant lesion CPT code...' This article captures some re... [ Read More ]
I have a surgeon who continues to code for adjacent tissue transfer/rearrangement codes for benign nevus excisions. He states other plastic surgeons are reporting these codes (14000-14350). I'm begi... [ Read More ]
I would choose from CPT codes between 14000-14350 for Adjacent Tissue Transfer or Rearrangement. Hope this helps.... [ Read More ]