EP Coding

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About this app

EP Coding is intended to help practicing cardiac electrophysiology (EP) doctors
document and bill their procedures by selecting proper CPT® codes, based on the latest coding guidelines. The app is not for professional coders and only includes codes relevant to EP doctors. It is useful for those physicians who need to enter procedure codes directly into computerized Electronic Health Record systems or who just need to communicate to their coders what they have done. The rules for entering codes are complex, and the codes themselves are not mnemonic, hence this app. This app currently uses the 2019-2020 codes, and will be updated as coding changes. In addition a searchable full set of ICD-10 diagnostic codes are included. We are not liable for any errors in coding that might occur from using this app.

Features include:
- Codes organized by procedure
- Directed code entry
- Detailed code analysis
- Coding summary
- Save favorite coding patterns
- Search for codes by number or text
- Device upgrade wizard
- Detailed coding help
- Add selected code modifiers
- Sedation calculator to generate new sedation codes
- Complete set of ICD-10 codes (2020-2021 version)

Categories: Medicine, Medical Apps, Cardiology, Electrophysiology, Arrhythmia. Procedure Coding
Updated on
Dec 27, 2021

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What's new

Updated to reflect new bundled coding of AFB and SVT ablations for 2022