The following resources may be helpful to further educate yourself about PROPEL and how to implement PROPEL into your practice
Discover resources and education regarding coding and billing, and reimbursement of the PROPEL family of implants.
Effective April 1, 2021, the CMS has made changes to the HCPCS code set for PROPEL implants.
The new S-code for PROPEL implants, across all settings of
care, is S1091.
A guide to important coding and billing information in the facility setting
CMS, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; HCPCS, Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System; MAC, Medicare Administrative Contractor; OPPS, Outpatient Prospective Payment System.
Hear from real PROPEL implant users
Hear directly from patients on how the PROPEL family of implants has helped them with chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) symptoms.
Peer-to-Peer Case Studies
Explore this video library, featuring medical experts, to learn the benefits and risks of incorporating PROPEL implants into your sinus surgeries.
Maxillary Case Study
Watch Dr. McKinney discuss the case of a 59-year-old woman with CRS and nasal polyposis refractory to medical management and prior maxillary sinus surgery.
PROPEL in the Office
Watch Dr. Matheny discuss the postoperative use of PROPEL in the office, following a total bilateral ethmoidectomy in an ambulatory surgery center.
Ethmoid Case Study
Watch Dr. Raithatha discuss the rationale for using PROPEL Mini deployed with the Straight Delivery System, in a 71-year-old male suffering from ethmoid sinus disease that is refractory to medical management.
How to Effectively Talk to Patients About PROPEL
Dr. Scott Robertson speaks from extensive experience about setting expectations with patients.
An overview of products and clinical trial data for PROPEL implants in the frontal sinus.
Resources for Your Patients
Intersect ENT is proud to offer our practices with turnkey and customizable resources to help educate the community, patients, and referral sources about the advanced treatment options to take action against chronic sinusitis with PROPEL.
Including PROPEL in your patient outreach strategy is critical to showcase your commitment to providing safe, effective, and highly researched technology. By engaging patients through multiple touch-points and channels, you can energize your patient base to proactively ask for the newest technology.
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