Procedural Coding (CPT): Administration - Hydration

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This course provides an overview of outpatient, facility-based hydration administration with review of anatomy and clinical indications. It takes an in-depth look at Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding for this procedure and offers specific examples in order to teach coding concepts



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• Introduce outpatient, facility-based hydration administration procedures

• Review different types of hydration administration and explore the related anatomy

• Examine the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding and reporting guidelines for hydration administration

• Discuss required documentation elements for hydration administration that support optimal CPT coding and medical necessity • Study examples of CPT hydration administration coding

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