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Coding and Reimbursement for LARC

Follow the links below to access resources developed to help practices receive appropriate payment for providing IUDs and the contraceptive implant:

Intrauterine Devices & Implants: A Guide to Reimbursement

This guide aims to explain the landscape of LARC public and commercial insurance coverage and serve as a resource for providers navigating stocking, reimbursement, and other scenarios that create barriers to the provision of these methods. The guide is intended to help alleviate financial challenges so that providers are better able to offer the full range of contraceptive methods and minimize out-of-pocket costs or delays in care for their patients. This guide is not intended to endorse LARC methods over other types of contraception; quality contraceptive care must always be patient-centered and responsive to individual preferences, needs, and values.

Webinar: The Essential Guide to LARC Coding

Implementation of the ICD-10 data set the new standard for diagnosis coding in the United States and led to impactful changes to current medical practice. The LARC Program's free webinar, The Essential Guide to LARC Coding, led by Keisha Sutton, CPC, reviews resources available to help improve reimbursement and payment for LARC.  Ms. Sutton also discusses the new policies on reimbursement and coding for LARC methods, including intrauterine devices and the contraceptive implant.  aaaaaaaaaaaa

After viewing this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the appropriate use of CPT-4 and ICD-10-CM for LARC-related services
  • Determine the appropriate code selection and the documentation requirements for reporting Preventive Medicine services according to CPT guidelines
  • Describe resources available to address common LARC-related coding questions

Download The Essential Guide to LARC Coding webinar handouts here.  Find more information and archived LARC Program webinars here.

Contact:

Mica Bumpus
Manager, LARC Program
mbumpus@acog.org

For media inquiries about LARC, please contact:
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202.863.3321

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