Training and Support for the mcompass
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FOR TEST OPERATOR:
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long does the procedure take?
Anorectal manometry performed on the mcompass usually takes about 15 minutes to complete.
How long does the battery last?
On a full charge the battery in the tablet will last about 8 hours.
Where can I order catheters?
Is the catheter made of latex?
The catheters for the mcompass are made of all non-latex materials.
What CPT codes are associated with anorectal manometry?
Testing Device Reimbursements are covered under codes: 91122 Anorectal manometry. 91120 Rectal sensation, tone, and compliance test
What do the patients need to do to prepare for the procedure?
Let your patient know the following:
- Give yourself one or two Fleet® enemas 2 hours prior to your study. You can purchase the Fleet enema from a pharmacy or supermarket.
- You should not eat anything during the two hours prior to the procedure. If you are diabetic, this may involve adjusting your diabetic medications.
- You may take regular medications with small sips of water at least 2 hours prior to the study.
Does the mcompass have WiFi capabilities?
The mcompass has easy built-in WiFi for emailing of full digital encrypted results to appropriate specialists as needed.
Do we need a cart or dedicated room?
The mcompass is a portable wireless system that only weighs 3 lbs, eliminating the need for a cart or dedicated room.
What sort of maintenance is required for the catheters?
The high-performance, disposable catheters just need to be thrown out after they have been used. No cleaning or maintenance is required.
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
Chapter 1 – Administrative Control:
Chapter 2 – Patient Information/Set-Up:
Chapter 3 – Testing:
Chapter 4 – Test Data/Report Summary:
Chapter 5 – Report Viewing Mode: