CPT® 93270, Under Cardiovascular Monitoring Services

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 93270 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Cardiovascular Monitoring Services.

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Summary

In this service, the provider monitors the patient’s heart rhythm while the patient is experiencing cardiac symptoms. He places electrocardiogram leads of an event recorder on the patient's chest, which can record and transmit the patient’s heart rhythm information for up to 30 days. The patient uses the device to transmit the ECG tracing before and during symptoms such as chest pain. Subsequently, the provider will analyze and advise the patient on the most appropriate action to take. This code represents the technical component of the recording only, or the connection, recording, and disconnection of the device.

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