Tag: Radiology Coding

Tips to Avoid Billing Errors in Radiology Practices

Have you ever received a medical bill that left you perplexed, questioning how the expenses added up and left you scratching your head? If that’s the case, you’re certainly not alone. Billing for radiology can be intricate and confusing, involving numerous codes and procedures. Unfortunately, errors in medical billing are all too frequent, resulting in […]
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7 Tips for Diagnostic Radiology Coding

Adhere to the guidelines provided by CPT®, ACR, and payers to ensure precise reporting and appropriate reimbursement. Diagnostic radiology encompasses a diverse array of services, including diagnostic radiology (plain film), diagnostic ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), diagnostic nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET), and mammography. The following seven pointers are relevant to […]
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How To Improve The EHR And Make It More End-User-Friendly

Erica Remer, MD, CCDS, a Member Board of Directors of American College of Physician Advisors, have been talking about improving the electronic medical record and making it more end-user-friendly. Today, she grouses about documentation in general. Her husband, who is a radiologist, and she were commiserating at how awful and uninformative provider documentation has become […]
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Radiology Code Update for 2020

Quite a few code changes and revisions were made to the Radiology Code section of CPT Code for 2020. Less confusing language and expanded code categories will make life easier for medical coders. Here’s a quick review. Gastrointestinal System A mini overhaul of the gastrointestinal system codes removed the confusing language of “with or without […]
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