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Can someone code a procedure

  1. Default Can someone code a procedure
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    I am looking for someone who can code a procedure for me to verify the way I believe it should be coded.

    We took over the coding and billing for a radiologist and when we look at what their old company coded vs what we come up with on procedures (i.e graft thromectomy AV fistula, Tips procedure, etc) the codes are way off, wondering if we are missing something or if they were doing it incorrectly.

    I can email or fax a procedure report (w/o patient info) to anyone that may be able to help. I would like to send a graft thromectomy AV fistula procedure report as this seems to be one of the most that the radiologist performs.

    Any and All help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Hi! Would be willing to take a look at the report and see what I can come up with. You can send it to

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    That is awesome, I will be sending it to you shortly, I greatly appreciate this!

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    Did you get what you needed. I code these regularly for a local hospital and would be glad to take a look if you still have a need.

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