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Cardiovascular System: Transcatheter Procedures

Green Clock Hours: 1.00

About This Course  
Transcatheter procedures are diagnostic or therapeutic interventions in the arterial or venous systems to treat diseases such as uterine fibroid tumors and hepatic tumors. To properly code transcatheter procedures, coders must have a fundamental understanding of the cardiovascular anatomy and the vascular families and the order of the vessels within the family. This course will focus on identifying the appropriate code in the Cardiovascular System subsection within the Surgery section of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set and correctly applying the coding guidelines and instructions for transcatheter procedures using case studies and scenarios. A current copy of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®), Professional Edition is strongly recommended to optimize your understanding of the content covered.

The goal of this course is to teach coding professionals the coding guidelines for transcatheter procedures.

Important Note
The CPT code set is designated for reporting physician and other qualified health care professional services. It is also the designated code set for reporting services provided by organizations or facilities in specific circumstances. Use of the term "physician" throughout this course is not intended to indicate that other qualified health care professionals (QHPs) or individual entities (e.g., hospital or home health agency) may not report the service. In selected instances, specific instructions may define a service as limited to certain professionals or limited to other entities.

The codes and information in this course receive a comprehensive review annually and are updated as needed. 

All Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) codes, descriptions, and other data are copyright by the American Medical Association. All rights reserved



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Course Description

About This Course  
Transcatheter procedures are diagnostic or therapeutic interventions in the arterial or venous systems to treat diseases such as uterine fibroid tumors and hepatic tumors. To properly code transcatheter procedures, coders must have a fundamental understanding of the cardiovascular anatomy and the vascular families and the order of the vessels within the family. This course will focus on identifying the appropriate code in the Cardiovascular System subsection within the Surgery section of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code set and correctly applying the coding guidelines and instructions for transcatheter procedures using case studies and scenarios. A current copy of the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®), Professional Edition is strongly recommended to optimize your understanding of the content covered.

The goal of this course is to teach coding professionals the coding guidelines for transcatheter procedures.

Important Note
The CPT code set is designated for reporting physician and other qualified health care professional services. It is also the designated code set for reporting services provided by organizations or facilities in specific circumstances. Use of the term "physician" throughout this course is not intended to indicate that other qualified health care professionals (QHPs) or individual entities (e.g., hospital or home health agency) may not report the service. In selected instances, specific instructions may define a service as limited to certain professionals or limited to other entities.

The codes and information in this course receive a comprehensive review annually and are updated as needed. 

All Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) codes, descriptions, and other data are copyright by the American Medical Association. All rights reserved



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