Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert

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Your podiatry practice isn’t alone if you’re worried about the new reimbursement challenges in the coming months. You’ll need a good understanding of the 2020 ICD-10-CM updates for podiatry, including new guidelines for pressure ulcers, iatrogenic injuries, and physeal fractures.

And debridement claims are tricky business when determining the correct CPT® and ICD-10 codes. Do you have a good grasp of what to look for in the provider’s documentation? Are you clear on calculating wound depth for the debridement of multiple wounds?

You also need to keep up with regulatory updates, CCI edits, and revisions to modifiers, payer policies, the fee schedule, OIG target areas, and more.

What are you going to do to prepare for these issues?

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Every issue of Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert breaks down the challenges you’ll face and delivers answers to questions like:

  • Our podiatrist removed an infected portion of the patient’s tarsal bone using saucerization. They did not remove any part of the talus or calcaneus. Which CPT® code should I use for this procedure?
  • What code should I use to report the removal of several plantar warts on the sole of a patient’s right foot using cryosurgery?
  • What are the standard documentation requirements for diabetic shoes?
  • Our podiatrist performed a capsulorrhaphy of the second metatarsophalangeal joint and an extensor tendon tenolysis of the long and short extensor tendons through the same incisions. Should I report 28222 for the tenolysis, as well as a second code for the capsulorrhaphy?
  • How do I decide between 28288 and 28104? What’s the difference between these two codes?


Avoid claims denials, audit risks, and costly payback demands.

Our coding experts provide coding and reimbursement guidance to help you protect your revenue and achieve claims and compliance success.

Stay on top of critical updates and find solutions to expensive problems with articles such as:

  • Dig Into New ICD-10 Guidelines for Pressure Ulcers, Iatrogenic Injuries, and Physeal Fractures
  • Congenital Pes Cavus, Enthesopathy Diagnoses Top Your New Podiatry ICD-10 Codes
  • Crack This Podiatry Scenario to Hone Your Reporting Skills
  • Follow These Rules When Reporting Multiple External Cause Codes
  • Solve Wound Repair Coding Dilemma By Identifying Specific Type of Repair
  • And many more!


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