How do you bill an Endosee?

How do you bill an Endosee?

When I do an Endosee and a biopsy, we typically bill out procedure code 58558, which is hysteroscopy with biopsy, and in Colorado the Medicare reimbursement for that code is approximately $410 with the commercial payers paying at a greater percentage of that.

Is there a global period for 58558?

Is there a global period of “0” days, “10” days or “90” days for 58555 or 58558? Both codes have “0” day global periods. Post-operative Period (endoscopies and some minor procedures).

Does hysteroscopy have a global period?

ob/gyn does a hysteroscopy, cpt 58558, which has no global period, and ‘charges’ a 99024 for the proceeding office visit.

What is the code for diagnostic hysteroscopy?

The diagnostic hysteroscopy (58555) is included within the surgical hysteroscopy (58558).

Can CPT codes 58558 and 58563 be billed together?

Code 58558 is a column 2 code for 58563, These codes cannot be billed together in any circumstances. Code 58558 is bundled into code 58563 Code 58558 cannot be billed with 58563.

What procedures have a 90 day global period?

Major surgery allocates a 90-day global period in which the surgeon is responsible for all related surgical care one day before surgery through 90 postoperative days with no additional charge. Minor surgery, including endoscopy, appoints a zero-day or 10-day postoperative period.

What is a global period in medical billing?

A global period is a period of time starting with a surgical procedure and ending some period of time after the procedure. Many surgeries have a follow-up period during which charges for normal post- operative care are bundled into the global surgery fee.

What is the CPT code for a hysteroscopy?

CPT Code Description Payment Indicator Payment 58555 Hysteroscopy, diagnostic, separate procedure A2 $974.12 58558 Hysteroscopy, surgical; with sampling (biopsy) of endometrium and/or polypectomy, with or w/o D & C (Removal of polyps) A2 $974.12 58559 Hysteroscopy, surgical; with lysis of intrauterine adhesions (any method) A2 $974.12

How much does a hysteroscopy-endosee cost Medicare?

endometrium and/or polypectomy, with or without D&C 1 2 CPT Code 58555 2020 Medicare Unadjusted National Payment: Physician Fee Schedule Facility $160 Work RVU 2.65 PE RVU 1.35 Malpractice RVU 0.42 Total RVU 4.42 Non Facility (Office) $334 Work RVU 2.65 PE RVU 6.19 Malpractice RVU 0.42 Total RVU 9.26 CPT Code 58558 2020 Medicare Unadjusted National

How much does a Level I hysteroscopy cost?

APC/ Status* Description Cross Reference CPT Code Payment 0190/T Level I Hysteroscopy 58555 $1763.37 0190/T Level I Hysteroscopy 58558, 58559 $1763.37 0387/T Level II Hysteroscopy 58561 $2817.57 Revenue Codes 0272 Sterile Supply (disposable supplies, TRUCLEAR™ System)

Do you need health insurance for a hysteroscopy?

Some health insurance carriers will cover a hysteroscopy, at least partially, when it’s considered medically necessary. Coverage varies from policy to policy, so talk to your insurance carrier to determine your out-of-pocket costs. A hysteroscopy is considered a fairly safe procedure with minimal complications.