What is CPT code E2601?

What is CPT code E2601?

E2601 General use wheelchair seat cushion, width less than 22 inches, any depth.

What is CPT code K0001?

K0001 – HCPCS Code for Standard wheelchair.

What is E2622?

HCPCS Code for Skin protection wheelchair seat cushion, adjustable, width less than 22 inches, any depth E2622.

What is E2611?

E2611 is a valid 2022 HCPCS code for General use wheelchair back cushion, width less than 22 inches, any height, including any type mounting hardware or just “Gen use back cush wdth <22in” for short, used in Used durable medical equipment (DME).

Is E2601 covered by Medicare?

A general use seat cushion (E2601, E2602) and a general use wheelchair back cushion (E2611, E2612) are covered for a beneficiary who has a manual wheelchair or a power wheelchair with a sling/solid seat/back which meets Medicare coverage criteria.

Is a ROHO cushion covered by Medicare?

Will Medicare cover the cost of a ROHO/Air wheelchair cushion? Generally, Medicare will cover up to 80% of the cushion, while the user pays the remaining 20%.

Does insurance pay for ROHO cushion?

A combination skin protection and positioning seat cushion (E2607, E2608, E2624, E2625) is covered for a beneficiary who meets the criteria for both a skin protection seat cushion and a positioning seat cushion.

What is the difference between HCPCS and CPT codes?

1. CPT is a code set to describe medical, surgical ,and diagnostic services; HCPCS are codes based on the CPT to provide standardized coding when healthcare is delivered.

What is CPT code A6549?

An unlisted compression code (ie A6549, Gradient compression stocking/sleeve, not otherwise specified) should not be used unless the medical documentation clearly shows that standard compression garments are unable to be custom fitted for the member and medical necessity is met.

Are gel cushions covered by Medicare?

Gel cushions are considered necessary for skin protection, and because of this, Medicare will only cover the cost of a gel cushion if the user either has a pressure ulcer or has had one in the past, and in an area where the body comes in contact with the wheelchair seat.