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Coding for Percutaneous Treatment of Vertebral Fractures

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

June 2015—Clearing up use of the new codes for vertebroplasty and vertebral augmentation.

Update on the Transition to ICD-10

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

April 2015—After a yearlong delay, the switch-over is finally happening—and your practice needs to prepare.

More on Coding Changes Effective January 2015

Katherine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

January 2015—A detailed look at reporting for stent placement in the lower extremities for nonocclusive disease and in the innominate artery.

Coding Changes for 2015

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

November 2014—Reviewing the changes and additions to endovascular coding effective January 1.

There’s No CPT Code for My Service!

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

August 2014—How to use unlisted and category III CPT codes.

Coding for Endovascular Therapies for Incompetent Extremity Veins

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

July 2014—Clarification of questions arising about the use of a new code for venous embolization, 37241.

New Embolization Codes for 2014

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

April 2014—Clinical scenarios that show how to use the revised codes for various procedures.

Preparing for ICD-10 Implementation

Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR, FACR

March 2014—A major coding change takes effect on October 1, 2014. Will you be ready?



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