All the practices will experience innumerable coding and billing changes in the coming year. But the good news is that there won’t be too many changes in Urology. But as stated by CMS, one needs to start preparing now for all the changes, here is a sneak- peak of all the changes in the coming year.
The E/M code changes will be the most critical. According to the American Medical Association there will be 329 code changes in 2014. There are going to be 175 new codes, 107 revised codes and nearly 47 deleted codes.
The sections which will be affected the most because of thurologye changes are digestive system, molecular pathology, cardiovascular system, complex chronic care coordination services, and transitional care management services. Although urologists will see some CPT code changes along with E/M codes, there won’t be any massive changes for which you need to learn and prepare for the coming year.
All the CPT 2014 code changes will be available on Urology Coding Alert as soon as it gets released. We bring you tips and tactics to help you beat all the odds and be compliant and get updated information and description you need for every CPT code: CCI edits, value units (RVUs), and simple, easy-to-understand lay terms at your fingertips!
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