Full-Service Cardiovascular Testing Service

Do you have patients who:

  • Had COVID or a COVID Vaccine?

  • Are Diabetic?

  • Have Heart Disease?

  • Have high blood pressure?

  • Have high cholesterol?

  • Use or have used nicotine products?

  • Have chronic kidney disease?

  • Have sleep apnea?

  • Have erectile dysfunction?

  • Have pain or numbness in their fingers, hands, toes or feet or cold feet?

  • Have pain in their legs when walking?
Full-Service Cardiovascular Testing Service

If you answered any of these questions yes, we should discuss the benefits of a Full Service $0 upfront Cardiovascular testing service.

Why not leverage this service in your clinic?

Learn more about this great service that can benefit your patients and the bottom line of your Practice / Clinic / Organization.

Identify Chronic Illness Before Costly and Invasive Interventions are Required

  • Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Complex Pain Disorders

  • Atherosclerosis

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Hypertension

  • Diabetic Neuropathy

  • Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy

  • Vascular Abnormalities

  • Type 2 Diabetes

$0 Start-up Costs

  • $0 Start-up Costs

  • No Training of Clinical Staff

  • No Burden for Billing Staff

Increase Practice Revenue

  • $160-170 Net Revenue per Screening

  • Increase Office Visits by 15-20%

  • Downstream Revenue to Multi-Specialty Groups

Billing and Insurance

Our service is accepted by Medicare, Medicaid, and most major private insurance carriers.

Your practice does the billing, and our corporate personnel provide expert billing support.

Billing Codes

There are up to 5 Billable Diagnostic Codes approved by Medicare, Medicaid, and most private payers.

  • Ankle Brachial Test (93923)

  • Autonomic Function Test (95921)

  • Sudomotor Test (95923)

  • Electrocardiogram (93040)

  • Pulse Oximetry (94761)

Additional Billing Code:

  • Follow-up Office Visit (99214)

3 Main Tests to Identify Asymptomatic Diseases

Sudomotor Test

The device stimulates the patient’s sweat glands by emitting a low voltage current through a glass plate. Results for this test help the physician determine if the patient is going to be at risk of vascular disease or neuropathy

Autonomic Nervous System Test

Many diseases of the nervous system can be identified by monitoring the heart-rate variability with beat-to-beat blood pressure in the patient after deep-breathing, head-tilt and Valsalva maneuver tests and comparing them to baseline.

Ankle-Brachial Index Test

A measurement of the ratio of blood pressure of the upper and lower body, results indicate if the patient is suffering from vascular disease. Allows testing the vascular system at the micro-level.

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