Non-Invasive Extremity Venous Studies (Including Digits) CPT® Code range 93970- 93971

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnostic Studies 93970-93971 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 93970- 93971
Non-Invasive Extremity Venous Studies (Including Digits)
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If they're billed under two different providers, even for the same practice, they're going to be on a separate claim form, however E&Ms don't bundle with diagnostic studies. However, 93971 is unilate... [ Read More ]
Can E&M code billed with Cpt code 93971 and 93970 on same day under same tax id # but different rendering provider. If answer is yes than the diagnosis code should be the same for E&M and venous ultra... [ Read More ]
Most MAC LCDs should include the following dxs: ... [ Read More ]
As per the CCI edits, CPT 93971 requires a 59 modifier when billed together with 93970.... [ Read More ]
Hello, I am currently billing for a vascular surgeon. Every time I bill 93970 (Bilateral) and 93971 (Unilateral) the insurance will pay on one but not the other, my claims always get denied for dupli... [ Read More ]
hello All- My radiologist is saying if a superficial venous and deep venous ultrasound is done and dictated for venous insufficiency there should be two separate CPT codes. We have always used 93970 ... [ Read More ]
Can someone please explain to me the difference between a Limited 93971 and a Complete 93970 duplex scan? I can find literature that states a complete scan is: To be complete you must image all de... [ Read More ]
Can the 93925/93926 and 93970/93971 be billed if used for mapping of the lower extremities prior to incision of the femoral artery when doing a TAVR? Primary Procedure: Ultrasound mapping of bilatera... [ Read More ]
we have a patient w/ a duplex study of veins. one upper rt extremity and one lower left do we bill this as bilateral? or unilateral w/ modifier?... [ Read More ]
And do not code N18.6 with 93970-93971 because it is not in the LCD.... [ Read More ]