Cardiology

IVC: Invasive Cardiology Curriculum

The Invasive Cardiology curriculum is a collection of 5 online courses that cover all aspects of procedure coding for invasive cardiology services. These courses are ideal for coding and billing professionals working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting.

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IVC1: Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterization

This online learning course prepares coders working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting to assign procedure codes for diagnostic cardiac catheterization. The course discusses procedure techniques, coding guidelines, documentation requirements, modifier use, and bundling issues.

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IVC2: Percutaneous Coronary

This online learning course prepares coders working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting to assign procedure codes for percutaneous coronary artery interventions.

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IVC3: Peripheral Angiography

This online learning course prepares coders working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting to assign procedure codes for peripheral angiograms. The course discusses procedure techniques, coding guidelines, documentation requirements, modifier use, and bundling issues. It includes exercises and actual procedure notes for hands-on learning.

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IVC4: Peripheral Interventions

This online learning course prepares coders working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting to assign procedure codes for peripheral vessel interventions such as atherectomy. The course discusses procedure techniques, coding guidelines, documentation requirements, modifier use, and bundling issues.

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IVC5: Peripheral Procedures with Heart

This online learning course prepares coders working in the physician practice or hospital outpatient setting to assign procedure codes for peripheral angiograms and interventions performed during the same encounter as cardiac catheterization. The course discusses procedure techniques, coding guidelines, documentation requirements, modifier use, and bundling issues.

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