2019 Procedural Reimbursement Update
This procedural payment update provides 2019 Medicare national average reimbursement for the most common pacemaker and ICD procedure codes, with comparisons to 2018 payments, including year-over-year percent change.
2019 BIOTRONIK CIED Evaluation Coding Brochure
This file is a compilation of the common Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Level I Codes (a.k.a. CPT-Codes), 2019 Medicare national average payment rates, responses to FAQs, and definitions of key terms related to both conventional and remote monitoring of CIEDs (Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices).
BIOTRONIK 2019 Procedural Reimbursement Guide for Subcutaneous Cardiac Rhythm Monitors
This file contains a listing of the most common procedures clinicians conduct to implant and follow up on ICM devices. Appropriate Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Level I Codes (a.k.a. CPT-Codes) are listed by place of service. 2019 Relative Value Units (RVUs) and Medicare national average payment rates are listed by procedure.
BIOTRONIK 2019 Product to C-Code Cross Reference
This file contains a listing of BIOTRONIK products with cross references to Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Level II Codes (a.k.a. C-Codes) which are required by Medicare to designate the products utilized in hospital procedures.
Reimbursement related information provided by BIOTRONIK is obtained from third party sources. This information is provided for the convenience of the health care provider only and does not constitute reimbursement, legal or compliance advice. BIOTRONIK makes no representation or warranty regarding this information or its accuracy, completeness or applicability and assumes no responsibility for updating this information. BIOTRONIK specifically disclaims liability or responsibility for the results or consequences of any actions taken in reliance on information in this document. BIOTRONIK strongly encourages health care providers to submit accurate and appropriate claims for services and recommends that you consult directly with payers, certified reimbursement coding professionals, other reimbursement experts, and/or legal counsel regarding all coding, coverage, and payment issues.