In a new “CPT for ENT” article, the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) addresses a question on coding for implantation of a hypoglossal nerve stimulator.

CPT for ENT articles are a collaborative effort between AAO-HNS’s team of CPT advisors, members of the Physician Payment Policy workgroup and health policy staff.

The question tackled in this latest CPT for ENT article is as follows:

Q: How do I code for implantation of a hypoglossal nerve stimulation system that includes placement of a chest wall sensor(s)?

To view the answer on the AAO-HNS website, click here.

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