2013 Interventional Radiology Updates
For 2013, the focus on bundling procedure codes that are routinely billed together continues for interventional radiology. This year, the procedures involved include diagnostic cervicocerebral imaging, catheter directed arterial and venous thrombolysis, retrieval of intravascular foreign bodies and chest drainage procedures. We will discuss these new codes and demonstrate their use in practical examples.
You Will Learn:
- CPT Code changes for interventional radiology, 2013
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About The Presenter
Dr. Zielske is an interventional radiologist who was in a large private practice for over 14 years in a community setting at several large hospitals in the Nashville area. He has been involved with CPT® coding for interventional radiology procedures since 1993. In 2000, he started ZHealth, a firm that performs physician and hospital coding audits in the subspecialties of IR, cardiology, and vascular surgery. Three years later, he started ZHealth Publishing, which is an education company focused on training coders, techs, nurse auditors, billers, and physicians on the appropriate documentation and use of codes in these same specialties.
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