Removal of Central Venous Access Device CPT® Code range 36589- 36590

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Central Venous Access Procedures 36589-36590 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 36589- 36590
Removal of Central Venous Access Device
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November 14, 2022
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November 07, 2022
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November 04, 2022
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November 01, 2022
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November 01, 2022
Your words will carry more weight when you approach doctors in a thoughtful respectful way. In the coding and auditing world the provider is in the drivers seat. Generally the provider documents the s... [ Read More ]
I'm needing help. The physician removes the portacath device in the office. But was unable to remove all the tubing in the office. So the same day the physician takes the patient to the OR an remov... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="mbort, post: 31672, member: 10505"] here is the list: Primary Px - 77001 This list shows the primary procedure codes(s) appropriate for use with this add-on code. In... [ Read More ]
[b]Picc line[/b] 36590 requires the use of moderate sedation. The only two codes I see are 36589 and 36590 which state do not report 36589 or 36590 for removal of non tunneled central venous cathete... [ Read More ]
remove tunneled wo port 36589 w port 36590... [ Read More ]
i hope this will help you.. 74301 Cholangiography and/or pancreatography; additional set intraoperative, radiological supervision and interpretation 74300 75565 Cardiac ma... [ Read More ]
I believe that would be 36589. If it was a tunneled cath, then 36590. HTH... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="Vikas Maheshwari, post: 76509, member: 44470"]Hi, A physician remove a Port-a-Cath but he did not mention about tunnel or non-tunnel which is the correct CPT code for the following service. t... [ Read More ]
Hi, A physician remove a Port-a-Cath but he did not mention about tunnel or non-tunnel which is the correct CPT code for the following service. there are only two codes but both of them are for tunne... [ Read More ]
Did you look at 36589 or 36590? Would either of those work for you?... [ Read More ]
Hello everyone. I am hoping that someone might share their knowledge on PICC lines with me. I have a patient that had a PICC with port placed back in January, 36571 was the initial procedure. Now the... [ Read More ]