Recor Medical offers a wide-array of educational resources related to reimbursement. These documents are specifically designed to help with procedure coding, prior-authorization, and understanding coverage related to the Paradise® Ultrasound Renal Denervation System.
- Paradise Ultrasound Renal Denervation System Coding & Payment Guide
- Reimbursement FAQs – Coding/Coverage/Payment
- Physician Crosswalk Resource
- Prior Authorization Guide
- Prior Authorization / Appeals Templates
To gain access to these materials or contact our reimbursement specialists regarding other reimbursement-related questions send an email directly to email@example.com
The information contained in this resource is provided for general educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal, financial, or clinical advice. Recor Medical, Inc. does not guarantee reimbursement or payment, nor is this material intended to increase or maximize payment by any payer. Nothing in this document should be viewed as instructions for selecting any particular code, and Recor Medical does not advocate or warrant the appropriateness of the use of any particular code. The ultimate responsibility for coding accuracy, billing, and obtaining reimbursement rests with the healthcare provider or facility. Information provided is gathered from third-party sources and is subject to change without notice due to frequently changing laws, rules and regulations. It is important to consult with appropriate professionals, such as your Medicare contractor, the patient’s plan, legal counsel, reimbursement specialists, or coding experts, for specific guidance and interpretation of coding, coverage, and payment policies. This information is for FDA approved indications only. Where reimbursement is requested for a use not expressly specified in Recor Medical FDA approved labeling (including but not limited to instructions for use, operator’s manual or package insert) consult with your billing advisors or payers for advice on handling such billing issues. Use of this document is completely voluntary by the healthcare provider and is not intended to be a substitute for, or to influence, the independent medical judgment of the physician.