Cardiovascular Disease (Cardiology)
Organization: UNIVERSITY OF PENN MEDICAL GROUP
Address: 33 E CHESTNUT HILL AVE, PHILADELPHIA, PA, 19118
|Affiliated Hospital||Penn Presbyterian Medical Center|
|Medical School||BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY|
|Participates in Physician Quality Reporting System?||Yes|
|Participating in Electronic Prescribing (eRx) Incentive Program?||No|
|Participating in Electronic Health Records ( eHr ) program?||Yes|
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|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
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