Intraosseous Procedures on Arteries and Veins CPT® Code range 36680- 36680

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on Arteries and Veins 36680-36680 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 36680- 36680
Intraosseous Procedures on Arteries and Veins
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[QUOTE="pammalou, post: 405866, member: 71215"] But what if it is done in the ER? That is where we seem to be having it completed. If you are administering medications, it's not going into vein, so ... [ Read More ]
Never mind on 36680. I looked at that some more, and that is putting the needle into the canal for an infusion into the bone marrow. Not what is happening here at all. As far as your doctor wanting... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="shawnreddick, post: 308782, member: 251755"]I am coding a critical care chart and all the IVPs were given intraosseously. Do I code those as IVPs? I may be reading too much in to this....[/Q... [ Read More ]
Correct and you can bill the 36680 only if your physician performed that part of the procedure. If not then you cannot bill that either. You need to check with the payer if your patient is not an i... [ Read More ]
[SIZE=3][FONT=Times New Roman]Here's what I found: [/FONT][/SIZE] [FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3][/SIZE][/FONT] [SIZE=3][FONT=Times New Roman]The AMA's CPT Knowledge Base states:[/FONT][/SIZE] [I][FO... [ Read More ]
no special code if the doctor does vs ancillary staff, use 36680 [QUOTE="timvandiver, post: 31685, member: 60395"]What about the ER doctors putting in the IO needles, Intraosseous (in the bone) for e... [ Read More ]
intraosseous infusion 36680 [QUOTE="traciecpc, post: 16415, member: 6258"]does anyone know the CPT for an Intraosseous Lines ??[/QUOTE]... [ Read More ]