Current Procedural Terminology
, CPT 2000; Chicago, IL: American Medical Association; 2000.
There are approximately 1,100 tests listed in the American Medical Association's Current Procedural Terminology
The Calmare treatment was denied reimbursement coverage mostly due to the lack of inclusion of a Current Procedural Terminology
(CPT) treatment code descriptor that would apply to the treatment type inherent to Calmare pain treatment therapy.
CPT 2012; current procedural terminology
, professional edition.
This guide lists new procedure numbers that have been added to Current procedural terminology
(CPT) 2006 and code revisions that have resulted in a substantially altered procedure descriptor.
Thompson asking him to consider getting rid of the Current Procedural Terminology
After laboratorians, physicians, women's groups, and vendors spent the last couple of years struggling with payers to straighten Out current procedural terminology
(CPT) codes and obtain adequate reimbursement for new Pap smear technologies, 2 studies appearing in the January 5th edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association suggest that human papillomavirus (HPV) testing may be a more effective method of screening for cervical cancer.
To carry out the new policy, Medicare is expected to issue a new Current Procedural Terminology
code; existing codes only cover less expensive needle core or incisional procedures.
It is reimbursed for clinical laboratories under two Current Procedural Terminology
Balloon sinus dilation procedures have seen strong uptake since receiving designated Current Procedural Terminology
(CPT) codes in 2011.
It includes information on the conventions and principles of the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM), Current Procedural Terminology
(CPT) codes and Medicare rules, with a focus on issues faced by obstetrician-gynecologists.
It's intended to be used with the current edition of the AMA's Current Procedural Terminology
or HCPCS Level II codes.