Find reimbursement resources, including coding guides and links to Medicare Coverage Determinations, pertaining to peripheral interventions.
Contact our Health Economics and Reimbursement Department for additional information or assistance.
Providers should consult with their payers regarding appropriate documentation, medical necessity and coding information consistent with individual payer requirements and policies.
This webcast addresses hospital reimbursement for mechanical thrombectomy and transcatheter thrombolysis procedures. It provides an overview of the basics in coding and reimbursement and includes common patient/case scenarios.
This webcast provides an overview of coding guidelines and reimbursement for hospital, ASC, and physician for lower limb revascularization procedures. The webinar also includes common coding and reimbursement scenarios.
Commercial Coverage of peripheral interventions may vary. For reimbursement purposes, Abbott Vascular recommends that providers verify insurance coverage prior to performing a procedure.
The following code has been assigned to occlusive devices by CMS: G0269
G0269 is defined as: placement of an occlusive device in either a venous or arterial access site, post-surgical or interventional procedure.
Code G0269 should be used on Medicare claims to record the placement of the vasoseal and for other payers as directed.
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