Check the update of the CBHPM table released by AMB

Current Size and UCO values were corrected The Associação Médica Brasileira (AMB), through the Official Communiqué, published on October 29, 2018, corrected the current Size and UCO values of CBHPM, using the INPC/IBGE as a reference for updating of the period, which corresponds to 3.97%, associated with the necessary adjustments for the correction of … Continue lendo

CT – Virtual Colonoscopy (colonography) is the new nomenclature of the procedure in TUSS

The CBHPM meeting held on August 29 at the headquarters of the Brazilian Medical Association (AMB) for the inclusion of 41001265 CT – Virtual Colonoscopy (colonography) was positive. Thus, the adequacy of the nomenclature of the procedure in the TUSS (Unified Terminology of Supplementary Health) code 41001265 changed from “CT virtual colonoscopy” to “CT – Virtual Colonoscopy (colonography)”. … Continue lendo

The future of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging

In these times when technology advances by leaps and bounds, the question of replacing medical work with artificial intelligence arises. Is this our biggest threat or do we need to discuss several other issues much closer beforehand? Teleradiology, whose standardization was carried out by the CFM through Resolution 1890/2009 and … Continue lendo

CBR participates in the CBHPM Technical Chamber meeting at the Brazilian Medical Association (AMB)

The CBR, represented by the Director of Professional Defense, Dr. Cibele Carvalho, and by the College's Economic Advisor, Mr. Carlos Moura, participated this Wednesday, May 2, in the CBHPM Technical Chamber meeting at the Brazilian Medical Association (AMB), in which the Ultrasonic Hepatic Elastography procedure was included in the CBHPM, after approval in the “List of … Continue lendo

CBHPM National Forum has important conclusions for the medical field

On August 4th, the VII National Forum on the Brazilian Hierarchical Classification of Medical Procedures (CBHPM) was held at the headquarters of the Medical Association of Minas Gerais (AMMG), in Belo Horizonte (MG). Medical professionals from various regions of Brazil and representatives of medical entities, in addition to members of important sectors of supplementary health, … Continue lendo