Anorectal Manometry


mcompass

mcompass Anorectal Manometry

Medspira has created the mcompass to bring anorectal manometry to places where in the past it had not been used due to cost, time constraints and space.

Testing Device Reimbursements are covered under codes:

91122 Anorectal manometry

91120 Rectal sensation, tone, and compliance test


Medspira – Launching a Revolution in Anorectal Manometry

Introducing a new concept in anorectal manometry, mcompass is the first ever portable, simple-to-use device that will integrate into the workflow of any practice and make testing a reality for a broad range of physicians.

Colorectal Surgeons can offer these exams more easily than before to optimize treatment planning and realize new revenues.

Gastroenterologists can also add a critical tool to their practice and treat patients more efficiently and effectively.

Primary Care Physicians can discuss incontinence problems and offer precise diagnosis to enhance treatment or refer patients appropriately.

Gerontologists can offer a full diagnostic screening to diagnose problems and provide precise treatment the first time.

URO/GYNs can more easily distinguish among specific anorectal problems.

OBGYNs can minimize risk due to undiscovered damage caused by a complicated vaginal delivery.

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Tablet: 

Portable, wireless system weighs 3 lbs. Easy built-in WiFi for emailing of full digital encrypted results to appropriate specialists as needed.

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FOB:

Contains five functional pressure transducers. Ready for use in just seconds after easy priming.

Catheter:

Five channel, air charged, high-performance, disposable catheter.

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National Average Reimbursement

CPT Code – Description
91120 Rectal Sensation, Tone and Compliance Test            $431.02
91122 Anorectal Manometry                                                     $232.20
Estimate on Reimbursement before Adjustments                $663.22

Cases per month                                                                           4
*Estimated Reimbursement per Case                                     $663.22
Total Revenue per Month                                                          $2,652.88

ICD-10 Codes for the mcompass Anorectal Manometry System

A Novel Technique for Bedside Anorectal Manometry in Humans:


Minimum Standards of Anorectal Manometry:


Anorectal Disorders:


Best Practice & Research Clinical Gastroenterology: Constipation


Diagnosis and Management of Fecal Incontinence


Diagnosis and Treatment of Pelvic Floor Disorders:


Behavioral and New Pharmacological Treatments for Constipation: Getting the Balance Right


Fecal Incontinence in Primary Care: Prevalence, Diagnosis, and Health Care Utilization


Fecal Incontinence: Prevalence, Severity, and Quality of Life Data from an Outpatient Gastroenterology Practice:



Product Overview:

Chapter 1 – Administrative Control:

Chapter 2 – Patient Information/Set-Up:

Chapter 3 – Testing:

Chapter 4 – Test Data/Report Summary:

Chapter 5 – Report Viewing Mode:

Today hundreds of providers are using mcompass for anorectal manometry. Those providers come from a variety of settings including small private clinics, large universities and hospitals across the US.
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“My staff and other GIs in my practice, as well as myself, find performing ARM with mcompass very user-friendly, portable, and gives us a lot of information that helps with taking care of many patients. It expands the spectrum of services performed at our office, at the same time being economically sound. A must-have for any GI practice!!”
– Dr. Sri Pothamsetty, Orlando Gastroenterology, Florida

“The mcompass system’s ease of use, affordability, portability, and the technical support has been instrumental in helping me manage patients with pelvic floor dysfunction.”
– Dr. Mark Davidson, Beverly Hills Center for Digestive Health, California

“Anorectal manometry with mcompass was very easy to incorporate into my busy practice workflow. The software is intuitive and easy to learn, patients respond really well to the test, and the results obtained from the study help with better diagnostics and patient outcomes.”
– Dr. A. Christopher Ibikunle, Georgia SurgiCare, Georgia

“This ARM exam is a simple and quick procedure. The disposable catheters used with mcompass adds efficiency into the workflow and allows me to schedule ARM appointments in 15 minute intervals. The results obtained help to optimize treatment for my patients who might otherwise be miscategorized . I strongly recommend mcompass for on-site ARM.”
– Dr. Doni Lindenberg, Lindenberg GI, Florida

“Having Medspira Manometry available in my office allows me to work up, diagnose and make treatment recommendations for complex pelvic floor disorders efficiently. Previously, I had to schedule the diagnostic manometry at the hospital and patients were dissatisfied with having another appointment to attend, they often would not show up for their diagnostic testing. My satisfaction and my patients’ satisfaction has improved with office-based manometric testing.. Medspira Manometry saves me time, improves patient satisfaction, and generates revenue for the clinic.”
– Dr. Jennifer S. Beaty, Colon and Rectal Surgery Creighton University, Nebraska

“I have been using mcompass ARM diagnostic and biofeedback therapy platforms for the last couple of years and it has revolutionized my understanding and treatment of common gastroenterological disorders such as chronic constipation, fecal incontinence, rectal pain, anal fissures to name a few. The superior yet portable mcompass application has made these services accessible to my patients and eliminated the need to refer away to tertiary centers 2 hours away. I believe that Medspira has bridged the gap between knowledge and application by making what was once complex and unapproachable to community physicians now an integral part of our daily operations and practice.”
– Dr. Eric Ibegbu, Atlantic Medical Group, North Carolina

“The mcompass is an excellent diagnostic tool. The implementation was effortless. The system is very easy to operate. Patients respond to the procedure very positively; ARM with mcompass is a non-invasive and painless procedure. Incorporating ARM with mcompass into my practice added great value for patient care and has made good business sense too.”
– Dr. Shiraz Farooq, HemWell America, Florida

Test the mcompass with a 30-day trial. With this no-cost, no-commitment product evaluation you can confirm if in-office ARM is a good fit for your practice.

 

Start with in-service:
Live patient procedure orientation at your clinic will give your mid-levels a hands-on experience with the mcompass.

Understand reports:
Medspira has contracted physicians with extensive experience to consult, read and review the exam reports with you.

Verify reimbursements:
During the trial period your billing department will be able to submit, collect and verify the reimbursements paid by different insurers in your locality.

Make decision:
The trial will help you to make an informed decision whether or not the mcompass is a good fit for your practice.

“I enjoyed Medspira’s no-pressure approach during my evaluation of the mcompass equipment. Before I committed to purchasing the mcompass, they allowed me to test it through their 30-day trial program. During the trial, my providers were able to gain hands-on experience with the equipment while I familiarized myself with the process of reading and interpreting the results. In addition, my billing department had time to collect and verify the reimbursements. The trial gave me peace of mind knowing exactly the value I was getting from bringing the ARM procedure into my private practice.”
– Dr. Kurt Vernon, The GI Guy, North Carolina

For more information on the mcompass for anorectal manometry, Contact Us online today!

Or call us at 1-800-345-4502.