Introduction Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum) CPT® Code range 44500- 44500

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum) 44500-44500 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 44500- 44500
Introduction Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum)
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November 14, 2022
The 2023 CPT errata and technical corrections released by the American Medical Association AMA go into effect Jan. 1 2023. Make sure to mark these upcoming changes in your CPT code book to stay on top... [ Read More ]
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 ]
[b]Coding Data Analyst, CPC[/b] Look at CPT 44500 and 74340... [ Read More ]
I have a nurse practitioner that has performed a NG Tube placement during a sick visit. I am needing help to determine what/how to code this. Would she bill out 44500 with 99214 or is it inclusive t... [ Read More ]
I code for a hospital and my radiology providers are doing Fecal transplant. I was hoping that someone can shine a light on this subject. We have went back and fourth with this issue. The lab is pre... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="PRINCESSMHH, post: 98891, member: 76472"]Do you think that code 43752 would also be applicable to the EGD??? Thanks[/QUOTE] Code Descriptor Naso- or oro-gastric tube placement, requiring ph... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="margaret fahy, post: 289281, member: 64410"]10/22/13 Guys, For report below, dr. documents an AD catheter placement. He went in thru the existing G-tube, removed it, and then placed a cathet... [ Read More ]
10/22/13 Guys, For report below, dr. documents an AD catheter placement. He went in thru the existing G-tube, removed it, and then placed a catheter into the jejunum. So, which code would I use? 4... [ Read More ]
I'm fairly new to motiliy studies and I'm wondering if it's appropriate to bill for 43241 or 44500 (and 74340 for EITHER code when fluoro perfomed) when billing for 91020. Here's an example of the r... [ Read More ]
[b]Nasogastric tube repositioning into jejunum[/b] What are others thoughts on CPT 44500 with a 52 modifier? For two reasons.....the tube has already been placed and this is a repositioning. And it's... [ Read More ]
I believe 44500 has to do with dilating the EGD area. Have you checked out 43752. I believe a Dobhoff is a feeding tube.... [ Read More ]
We have a doctor who did a Dobhoff tube (DHT) bedside placement with cortrack, does anyone know the correct cpt code that should be used? I'm thinking it's 44500 but not completely sure. Any help wo... [ Read More ]