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EXALT™ Model D

EXALTTM Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope / Economic Impact

 

A cost-effective alternative to reusable duodenoscopes

The clinical data of the EXALT Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope is clear – and so is the economic impact on your facility and your practice. Model D can be an economically viable, cost-effective solution due to:

  • Separate Medicare device reimbursement for outpatient procedures
  • Elimination of reprocessing costs associated with reusable duodenoscopes
  • Reduction of operational costs due to ineffective reprocessing and decreased infection risk 
   

Cost coverage thanks to Medicare device-specific reimbursement

Boston Scientific aims to make EXALT Model D an economically viable option for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) procedures, and we continue to lead the effort to secure appropriate coding and payment to facilitate patient access to ensure Medicare beneficiaries have access to single-use duodenoscopes.

 
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Avoid the hidden costs of reprocessing

Properly reprocessing a reusable duodenoscope includes more than 100 distinct steps. From pre-cleaning to high-level disinfection to drying, each labor-intensive step introduces the opportunity for contamination – and more costs. With EXALT Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope, you can drive down operational costs by reducing infection risk due to ineffective reprocessing and enabling staff to focus on other tasks.

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Single-Use Duodenoscopes: The Economics | Dr. Ananya Das

In this episode of GI EndoCast, Dr. Ananya Das, Interventional Endoscopy, Professor of Medicine at University of Arizona and Creighton University, discusses:

 Risks and economic costs of contamination and infection with reusable scopes 
 Results of his research on the cost-effectiveness of single-use duodenoscopes
 Potential cost impact of single-use scopes to reduce infection/mortality rates and ICU stays 
 CMS changes to TPT payment for single-use duodenoscopes used during ERCP procedures  

Dr. Ananya Das is a paid consultant for Boston Scientific.
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Physician perspectives

Duodenoscope costs

Dr. Kenneth Binmoeller discusses the real-world costs and expenses of reusable versus single-use duodenoscopes.

Dr. Binmoeller is a paid consultant for Boston Scientific.

  

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