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Thank you for being a valued subscriber to Essentials of Interventional Radiology Coding for 2020. As you know, IR continues to face challenges when it comes to coding and compliance, we are eager to tackle those challenges together. We put all our energy into making sure your resources offer the most current and complete solutions to your everyday – and maybe not so everyday – coding, charge capture, and compliance questions. When updating the 2020 edition of Essentials of Interventional Radiology Coding, our team paid extra attention to:

This year’s new, revised and deleted codes. With numerous changes there’s sure to be questions – we strive to do more than just list the changes, we help you apply them with actionable guidance for practical use.

Vascular IR imaging and interventions. The proper use of codes for vascular IR imaging and interventions is tough, and with so many different variations of procedures and the way they are documented it’s a challenging task. We made sure the guidance for these services is as clear and complete as possible with plenty of anatomical illustrations and case examples for real world application of the codes.

Also, if you haven’t already, be sure to check out our Compliance Question of the Week. This free, weekly newsletter brings common questions and answers straight to your inbox every Monday. We understand the headache coding for Interventional Radiology can be, so this February, we are excited to launch a brand-new section dedicated 100% to IR. You can sign up here.

We look forward to partnering with you this year and providing you with the relevant news and information you need to meet the challenges ahead. Rest assured, your success is our top priority. If there’s anything we can do to enhance your experience, or you feel something is missing, we would be happy to hear from you.

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