Five codes for percutaneous breast biopsy and placement of localization devices won’t cut the mustard this year. Instead, CPT® 2014 deletes the existing five codes and replaces them with 14 new, more specific codes that you need to know.
These changes are among the nearly 170 your general surgery practice should learn for the current year. If you want expert advice on how to put these changes into practice, join this vital audio conference, presented by Lynn Pegram, CPC, CPC-I, CGSC, CEMC.
She’ll comb through all of these changes and let you know what affects you the most.You need to understand the guidelines, Fee Schedule, and OIG rules that may apply. You should also investigate any ICD-9 changes that may apply.
Get the latest information, straight from the AMA conference in November 2013. Work through these examples, and learn how to implement these changes.
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Who should attend? All coders, billers and physicians
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