Coded and Reimbursed the Same as Current Hysteroscopies


Endosee Office Hysteroscopy CPT Codes

58555 – Hysteroscopy, diagnostic, separate procedure
National average for Medicare reimbursement: $273

58558 – Hysteroscopy, surgical; with sampling (biopsy) of endometrium and/or polypectomy, with or without D & C (removal of polyps)
National average for Medicare reimbursement: $1,382

Reimbursement information provided by CooperSurgical is gathered from third-party sources and is presented for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute reimbursement of legal advice, and CooperSurgical makes no representation or warranty regarding this information or its completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Laws, regulations, and payer policies concerning reimbursement are complex and change frequently, and service providers are responsible for all decisions relating to coding and reimbursement submissions.

Reimbursement information contained herein represents a national average reimbursement for a non-facility based on the 2017 American Medical Association CPT code and Medicare payment information.

Endosee handheld hysteroscope - side view

"My patient was extremely happy that I was able to arrive at a diagnosis very quickly thanks to the Endosee procedure that was performed within the confines of my office and with no physical discomfort."

Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Legends OB/GYN
  • Kansas City, KS

Average time per procedure: Less than 3 minutes Average time doctors were in the exam room per procedure: Less than 13 minutes "With Endosee, we can turn over the room in 20 minutes" – Physician feedback

  • Feedback from 106 Endosee Trials with 42 Clinicians

"Endosee is a game changer for my practice and for my patients. It is now my first line evaluation for any abnormal uterine bleeding patient before surgery as well as prioritizing patients’ disposition over a hysterosalpingogram. I can now see and evaluate the patient for polyps or most intrauterine abnormalities in my office in less visits and without the OR expense."

Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Legends OB/GYN
  • Kansas City, KS

"Endosee allowed myself and the patient a direct assessment of the uterine cavity. We were both surprised to see the reoccurrence and extent of intrauterine pathology that I was not able to appreciate on pelvic sonogram."

Steven Lindhelm, MD, MMM
  • Steven Lindhelm, MD, MMM
  • Wright State University
  • Boonshaft School of Medicine

"In-office hysteroscopy benefits my patients in several different ways. For example, it eliminates unnecessary OR time, deductible expenses, exposure to anesthesia, as well as possible major complications from surgery."

Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Donald Peghee, Jr., MD
  • Legends OB/GYN
  • Kansas City, KS

"Endosee is shifting the paradigm of how we evaluate our patients with abnormal bleeding. It has enabled me to evaluate most of the abnormal bleeding patients right in the office instead of the operating room."

Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Halifax OB/GYN Associates
  • Daytona, FL

"Endosee employs disposable cannulas: even though we have to buy them, the cost is significantly less than having to sterilize equipment after every use."

Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Halifax OB/GYN Associates
  • Daytona, FL

"First and foremost, it saves patients the cost of visiting an operating room. Plus, there’s no need to take a full day off from work since the procedure is quick and requires no anesthesia."

Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Cynthia Baldwin, MD
  • Halifax OB/GYN Associates
  • Daytona, FL

Patients reporting no discomfort or mild discomfort* 91.5%
Procedures in which NSAIDs were used 44.2%
Procedures in which a paracervical block was used 37.5%
Procedures in which a slight dilation was used 45.1%

*Discomfort reported was mostly due to uterine distention.

  • Feedback from 106 Endosee Trials with 42 Clinicians