Tackling the Most Problematic Coding & Billing Challenges for Otolaryngology Services in 2018 


Many otolaryngology coders are voicing their concerns over CPT®’s new FESS codes. The change introduces new ways of coding bundled sinus endoscopic procedures of varying sinus combinations. These new code combinations present numerous problems that CPT® Assistant has yet to address. Attempting to decipher the parenthetical notes is where it really gets tricky!  Need help?  

Are you also confused about what qualifies as a medically necessary reason for performing a rhinoplasty or how to co-bill for a neuroendoscopic pituitary removal procedure? Struggling to discern between a complex repair and an adjacent tissue transfer? Need tips to correctly report I&D procedures?  

Download TCI’s complimentary whitepaper to get expert solutions to all your otolaryngology coding and billing challenges. Learn how to properly apply the new FESS bundled codes, how to determine whether a rhinoplasty procedure is medically necessary, and more. 

Inside you’ll find: 

  • Nail Down Correct Usage of New Bundled FESS Codes  
  • Consider Medicare Guidelines, Medical Necessity when Coding Rhinoplasties 
  • Follow this Advice on Pituitary Removal Co-Surgeries 
  • Key on Complex Repair, Adjacent Tissue Transfer Code Differences
  • Know Your Anatomy, Distinguish Between these I&D Codes  
  • And more 

Sign up to download your free copy of this whitepaper to unlock the toughest otolaryngology coding challenges critical to your practice’s bottom-line.