Yes 93306 for 2009 now encompasses 93307, 93325 and 93320 into one code. and YES, a decrease in reimbursement occurred as well (about 25%!).
93351 for 2009 includes 93015 and 93350 if you are billing globally in the office for the entire test performed by one physician. You would continue to use 93350 and 93015 if one doctor is interpreting the echo and another is interpreting the stress portion, although I am unsure if upcoming CCI edits may preclude this-- we'll have to wait and see.
For hospital testing interps: You would continue to use 93350-26, 93016, 93018.
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