simpleABI Vascular Reimbursement Information
Would you like to know the most current simpleABI vascular reimbursement for PAD testing in 2022? As part of our commitment to advocate for effective vascular care, we have gathered the reimbursement information for vascular studies to help you plan ahead for the year. If you are interested in how much you will be paid for basic vascular testing, multi-level vascular testing, and post-exercise testing, the tools below will be a valuable resource.
Diagnosis of PAD is covered under several CPT codes, including:
- CPT 93922 – a basic test for a single level bilateral study of upper or lower extremities
- CPT 93923 – expands testing to three or more levels of the extremities to attempt to localize the occlusion OR provides for pre and post exercise testing utilizing provocative maneuvers.
- CPT 93924 – provides for treadmill testing utilizing a specific protocol.
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Annual simpleABI Vascular Reimbursement Information
- Current State by State CPT Code Reimbursement – View or Share
- Current State by State Accreditation Requirements – View or Share
- Current ICD-10 Code Information – View or Share
- Latest Update on simpleABI Vascular Reimbursement Criteria – View or Share
American Heart Association & American College of Cardiology Guidelines for PAD Testing
- 2016 AHA-ACC Guidelines-Executive Summary – View or Share
- 2016 AHA-ACC Guidelines-Full Version – View or Share
Additional simpleABI Vascular Reimbursement Information
Vascular studies are diagnostic procedures performed to determine blood flow and/or the condition of arteries and/or veins. Vascular studies include patient care required to perform the studies, supervision of the studies and interpretation of the study results with copies for patient records of hard copy output with analysis of all data. Non-invasive testing for peripheral artery disease (PAD) does not have “National Coverage Determinations”. Instead, individual Medicare insurance carriers determine the local coverage requirements.