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76937

Long Posted Tue 12th of November, 2019 14:30:59 PM
The doctor has performed an Afib ablation (by PVI), and ultrasound has been used for catheter guidance. Can we report 76937 together with 93656 in this case?
SuperCoder Answered Wed 13th of November, 2019 03:27:11 AM
Hi Long nbsp Yes you can report CPT code with CPT code As per NCCI there are no bundling issues between these two codes Hence can be reported together nbsp Note nbsp nbsp If the radiologist uses ultrasound guidance when accessing a vessel for a catheter placement but doesn't record...
Long Posted Mon 18th of November, 2019 21:06:18 PM
Got it, thanks!
SuperCoder Answered Tue 19th of November, 2019 00:32:24 AM

Thank you, happy to help.

Long Posted Tue 03rd of December, 2019 19:30:49 PM
One more thing. I know we cannot report 76937 together with 33274/33275 (Leadless PM). Can you confirm if it is ok to report 76937 together with other implantable EP device procedure, e.g., 33249.
SuperCoder Answered Wed 04th of December, 2019 01:32:43 AM

Hi Long,

 

Yes, you can report CPT code 76937 with EP device procedures like 33249.

 

As per AMA notes, do not report 76937 in conjunction with 33274, 33275, 36568, 36569, 36572, 36573, 36584, 37191, 37192, 37193, 37760, 37761 and 76942

 

Do not report 76937 in conjunction with 0505T for ultrasound guidance for vascular access.

 

Hope, provided information would be helpful.

 

Thanks!

Long Posted Thu 05th of December, 2019 19:05:52 PM
Got it, thanks!

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