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24-hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Referral Sites in Utah as of 5/18/2016

Orders must be submitted with the proper diagnosis codes and patients are responsible for insurance coverage. Referring providers are responsible to obtain read reports.

University of Utah Medical Center

  • Phone 801-585-2918—Fax 801-585-2074
  • Process: Please call for current process to order the monitor and ensure availability. Results posted on EPIC system or call to request.

Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute

  • Phone 801-507-4000—Fax 801-507-4801
  • Process: Please call for current process to order the monitor and ensure availability, results posted on HELP 2 or call to request.

Intermountain Healthcare LDS Hospital ECG Center

  • Phone 801-408-1186—Fax 801-408-5426
  • Process: Please call for current process to order the monitor and ensure availability, results posted on HELP 2 or call to request

Diagnosis Codes

White coat hypertension is R03.0, this is the code we would suggest be used to ensure coverage for diagnosis.

Code # Description
CPT-4  
93784 ABPM, utilizing a system such as magnetic tape and/or computer disk, for 24 hours or longer; including recording, scanning analysis, interpretation and report.
93786 ABPM, utilizing a system such as magnetic tape and/or computer disk, for 24 hours or longer; recording only.
93788 ABPM, utilizing a system such as magnetic tape and/or computer disk, for 24 hours or longer; scanning analysis with report.
93790 ABPM, utilizing a system such as magnetic tape and/or computer disk, for 24 hours or longer; physician review with interpretation and report.
99090 Analysis of clinical data stored in computers (eg, ECGs, blood pressure, hematologic data)
99091 Collection and itnerpretation for physiologic data (eg, ECG, blood pressure, glucose monitoring) digitally stored and/or transmitted by the patient and/or caregiver to the physician or other qualified health care professional, requiring a minimum of 30 minutes of time.

9ICD-9 Diagnosis   9ICD-10 Diagnosis  
401.1 - 401.9 Essential hypertension code range I10 Essential (primary) hypertension
796.2 Elevated BP reading without diagnosis of hypertension R03.0 Elevated BP reading without diagnosis of hypertension

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High Blood Pressure | Using an Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor (English)
This resource answers the questions, “What is an ambulatory blood pressure monitor?” and “What happens when I wear the monitor?”.

 

Hipertensión arterial | Uso de un monitor de presión arterial ambulatorio (Spanish)
This resource answers the questions, “What is an ambulatory blood pressure monitor?” and “What happens when I wear the monitor?”.

 

24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM)
This resources answers some common questions about the ambulatory blood pressure monitoring process. Patients will learn what to expect and directions to follow for an accurate reading.

 

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