Carl Reynolds

Cardiovascular Disease (Cardiology)

Organization: UNIVERSITY OF PENN MEDICAL GROUP

Address: 33 E CHESTNUT HILL AVE, PHILADELPHIA, PA, 19118

Phone: 215-662-9010

Gender: Male

Affiliated Hospital Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
Medical School BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY
Graduation Year 2003
Participates in Physician Quality Reporting System? Yes
Participating in Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program? No
Participating in Electronic Health Records ( eHr ) program? Yes
Accepts Medicare? Yes

CPT Codes:

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CPT® Code Description
93295 Remote evaluations of single, dual, or multiple lead cardioverter-defibrillator with physician analysis, review, and report up to 90 days
99221 Initial hospital inpatient care, typically 30 minutes per day
99238 Hospital discharge day management, 30 minutes or less
99239 Hospital discharge day management, more than 30 minutes
99214 Established patient office or other outpatient, visit typically 25 minutes
93000 Routine EKG using at least 12 leads including interpretation and report
93306 Ultrasound examination of heart including color-depicted blood flow rate, direction, and valve function
99291 Critical care delivery critically ill or injured patient, first 30-74 minutes
78452 Nuclear medicine study of vessels of heart using drugs or exercise multiple studies
99204 New patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 45 minutes
93320 Doppler ultrasound study of heart blood flow, valves, and chambers
93312 Insertion of probe in esophagus for heart ultrasound examination including interpretation and report
99223 Initial hospital inpatient care, typically 70 minutes per day
93280 Evaluation, testing, and programming adjustment of permanent dual lead pacemaker system with physician analysis, review, and report
93016 Exercise or drug-induced heart and blood vessel stress test with EKG monitoring and physician supervision
93325 Doppler ultrasound study of color-directed heart blood flow, rate, and valve function
93227 Heart rhythm tracing, analysis, and interpretation of 48-hour EKG
99215 Established patient office or other outpatient, visit typically 40 minutes
99233 Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 35 minutes per day
99213 Established patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 15 minutes
99205 New patient office or other outpatient visit, typically 60 minutes
93010 Routine electrocardiogram (EKG) using at least 12 leads with interpretation and report
93294 Remote evaluations of single, dual, or multiple lead pacemaker with physician analysis, review, and report up to 90 days
99232 Subsequent hospital inpatient care, typically 25 minutes per day
99222 Initial hospital inpatient care, typically 50 minutes per day
93015 Exercise or drug-induced heart and blood vessel stress test with EKG monitoring, physician supervision, interpretation, and report
93018 Exercise or drug-induced heart and blood vessel stress test with EKG monitoring, physician interpretation and report
76376 3D radiographic procedure
93308 Follow-up or limited ultrasound examination of heart
93351 Ultrasound examination and continuous monitoring of the heart performed during rest, exercise, and/or drug-induced stress with interpretation and report

Last Update Date: April 3, 2012

Affilated Hospital Patient Reports Information:

SURVEY DATES: 10/1/13-9/30/14

Source: data.medicare.gov

OVERALL PATIENT RATING (10 BEING THE HIGHEST)

HOW OFTEN DID NURSES COMMUNICATE WELL?

HOW OFTEN DID DOCTORS COMMUNICATE WELL?

HOW OFTEN WAS PAIN WELL CONTROLLED?

HOW OFTEN WAS ROOM & BATHROOM CLEAN?

RESPONSES TO “WOULD YOU RECOMMEND THIS HOSPITAL?”

Source: Medicare.gov

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