Not the all-knowing, but I'll try to answer regardless-
Non-invasive vascular "G-codes:"
G0389: Ultrasound, B-scan and/or real time with image documentation; for
abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening
G0365: Vessel mapping of vessels for hemodialysis access (services for
preoperative vessel mapping prior to creation of hemodialysis access using an
autogenous hemodialysis conduit, including arterial inflow and venous outflow)
G-codes are used by CMS to data track new programs, especially "pay-for-
performane" initiatives. The above 0389 is the one-time screening benefit
from the SAAAVE Act component of the Deficit Reduction Act. I'm not aware
of others currently pertaining to our field. Frank?
A comprehensive list of G Codes:
SVU Advocacy Chair
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:03:17 -0400, LICC Vascular Lab
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>To the all knowing! How many G-codes do we all use? I know there is
>another beside G0365. Thanks. Andy B
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