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ASA Crosswalks & Fees

Billing Anesthesia Services:

Anesthesia services are billed using CPT® codes 00100-01999. These CPT® codes are cross walked to surgical codes. The crosswalks are available from the ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists through Find-A-Code.

Using Find-A-Code you can crosswalk from CPT Anesthesia codes to Surgery and Procedure Codes and vice versa (see example below). You can also see CMS Base units and ASA Base Units.

Example on Anesthesia Code 00515

ASA Crosswalks & Fees Articles

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Electrical Stimulation and Electromagnetic Therapy Devices

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Electrical Stimulation and Electromagnetic Therapy Devices can be used for pain, muscle atrophy, help spinal cord injuries, treat symptoms caused by other medical conditions and can be used in the treatment of wounds. This Regence BC/BS article lists codes and devices and gives guidance on coding from Medicare Advantage viewpoint.

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Spinal Cord Stimulator Used for Chronic Pain

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Chronic pain is a condition that can be diagnosed on its own or diagnosed as a part of another condition. When coding chronic pain, there is no time frame defining when pain becomes chronic pain; the provider’s documentation should be used to guide the use of these codes. ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes ...

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Anesthesia and Pain Management

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Anesthesia and Pain management is under close watch from the OIG according to a report from Anesthesia Business consultants, they stated, "The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) reports in its most recent Semi-annual Report to Congress that in FY 2017 it brought criminal actions against 881 individuals or organizations ...

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Wolters Kluwer Drug Pricing

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Wolters Kluwer provides unit and package pricing for multiple drug price types: Average Wholesale Price (AWP), Wholesale Acquisition Cost (WAC), Direct Price (DP), Manufacturer's Suggested Wholesale Price (SWP), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Federal Upper Limit (CMS FUL), Average Average Wholesale Price (AAWP), Generic Equivalent Average Price (GEAP). Average...

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TKAs to Outpatient What We Have Learned with Q1

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The release of the 2018 Final Rule for the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) in November 2017 has created quite a stir across the orthopedic healthcare community. In what has been deemed a questionable decision, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) decided to remove Total Knee Arthroplasty...

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Anesthesia Documentation Modifiers - Jurisdictions: J8A, J5A, J8B, J5B

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Documentation Modifiers direct prompt and correct payment of the anesthesia claims submitted. Documentation modifiers (AA, QK, AD, QY, QX and QZ) must be billed in the first modifier field. If a QS modifier applies, it must be in the second modifier field. Processing delays and denials may occur for claims submitted ...

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Paravertebral Joint/Nerve Blocks - Diagnostic and Therapeutic

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According to Medicare article A50443, a facet joint level refers to the zygapophyseal joint or the two medial branch nerves innervating that zygapophyseal joint. Use CPT codes 64491 and 64492 in conjunction with 64490. Do not report CPT code 64492 more than once per day. Use CPT codes 64494 and 64495 in conjunction with 64493. Do not report CPT code 64495 more than once per day. For injection of ...

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HIPAA and the Opioid Crisis

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HIPAA and the Opioid Crisis guidance released by HHS.

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Paravertebral Joint/Nerve Denervation

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A facet joint is supplied by two medial branch nerves. Each medial branch nerve supplies sensation to one half of each facet joint above and below the spinal nerve of origin. Therefore, both of the two related medial nerve branches for each facet joint must be treated. The CPT codes 64635-64636 have a ...

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Conscious (Moderate) Sedation

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Moderate (Conscious) sedation is a drug-induced state of relaxation in which the patient is typically awake and can respond to verbal commands, but might not be able to speak. A combination of medicines is used and often includes a sedative as well as an anesthetic to block pain. Prior to 2017, ...

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Coverage and/or Medical Necessity for the Use of Hyaluronan or Derivitive

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According to Palmetto GBA, Medicare will cover the cost of the injection and the injected hyaluronate polymer for patients who meet the following clinical criteria: Knee pain associated with radiographic evidence of osteophytes in the knee joint, sclerosis in bone adjacent to the knee, or joint space narrowing. Morning stiffness of less than 30 minutes in duration or crepitus on motion of the ...

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Acute Post-Operative Pain Management

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CPT codes 62320, 62322 should be used when the analgesia is delivered by a single injection.These codes should only be used when the catheter or injection is not used for administration of anesthesia during the operative procedure. Modifier 59 should be used when billing these services to indicate that the catheter or injection was a ...

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ASA Crosswalks & Fees Webinars

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E/M and the Organ Systems Part 2 of 2

E/M and the Organ Systems Part 2 of 2

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E-M and the Organ Systems (Part 1)

E-M and the Organ Systems (Part 1)

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Coding and Auditing for Upper Extremity Procedures

In this webinar, Aimee will review coding and auditing information for procedures commonly performed on the upper extremities and how to locate vital information that could help prevent coding errors and reduce risk in case of an audit.

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Proper Coding and Billing for Drugs, Biologicals and Injections

Proper Coding and Billing for Drugs, Biologicals and Injections

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How to Check NCCI Edits Using FindACode

How to Check NCCI Edits Using FindACode

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 08

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 08

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 07

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 07

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 06

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 06

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 05

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 05

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 36

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 36

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 35

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 35

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 34

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 34

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 33

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 33

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 04

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 04

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 32

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 32

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 31

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 31

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 03

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 03

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 02

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 02

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 30

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 30

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 29

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 29

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 28

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 28

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 27

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 27

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 01

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 01

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 26

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 26

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 25

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 25

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 24

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 24

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 23

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 23

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 22

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 22

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 21

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 21

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 20

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 20

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 19

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 19

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 18

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 18

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 17

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 17

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 16

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 16

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 15

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 15

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 14

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 14

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 13

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 13

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 12

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 12

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 11

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 11

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 10

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 10

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ICD-10-CM Training - Session 09

ICD-10-CM Training - Session 09

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