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Bone-Conduction Implant (BCI)

Bone-Conduction Implant (BCI)

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Eyes, Ears, & Teeth

In the March/April 2018 issue of Audiology Today, I compared the professions of audiology and optometry and examined some of the successes of optometry in establishing autonomy and an expanded scope of practice. You may want to stop here and give it a read. I’ll wait.

Glad you came back.

Topic(s): Bone-Conduction Implant (BCI), Cochlear Implants (CI), Medicaid, Medicare, Middle Ear, Coding

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CODING AND REIMBURSEMENT | Demystifying CPT Code 92700

There are Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for almost every audiology procedure that exists. It is important to use the code that most accurately represents the audiologic procedure or service provided, which is often very straightforward.  

Topic(s): Audiologist, Bone-Anchored Hearing Devices (BHADs), Bone-Conduction Implant (BCI), cervical vestibular-evoked myogenic potential (cVEMP), speech-in-noise, Tinnitus, saccade, Practice Management, Coding, Reimbursement, Compliance, CPT - Current Procedural Terminology

Electromagnetic Transduction and Bone-Conduction Implants

Reinfeldt et al (2015) reported on six patients implanted with a new direct drive, active, transcutaneous bone-conduction implant (BCI) from Sweden. The device is a low-profile device and uses electromagnetic transduction across the skin—importantly not requiring a percutaneous abutment (screw attachment through the skin). The results indicated 10 to 41 dB improvement from 250 to 8000 Hz, improved SRT of 27 dB, and statistically significant APHAB improvements in 3 of 4 subscales.

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New Bone-Conduction Implant in Clinical Trials

Reinfeldt et al (2015) report on their first six patients implanted with a new direct drive, active, transcutaneous bone-conduction implant (BCI). The BCI device has been developed in cooperation between two research groups in Sweden (Chalmers University of Technology and Sahlgrenska University Hospital). 

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