If I see a patient and during an E/M visit where I identify the need for surgery the same day, can I append a Modifier 57 to the E/M service and get paid for that E/M service?
Month: June 2016
If I see a new patient and during that visit I identify the need for surgery the same day, can I append a Modifier 57 to the E/M service and get paid?
We’ve been told by our outsourced coding company to use 61710 for catheter-based embolization of an AVM. Is that right?
Our current billing service is using the 50 modifier when we indicate that it is a bilateral procedure for tubes and sinus procedures. However, they are doubling the amount charged when billing for tubes (69436-50) but not for the sinuses. Can you advise me of the proper way for this to be billed?
When my PA performs joint injections, can we report those services under the incident-to billing rules?
Aesthetic Society News – Summer 2016 by Karen Zupko, President Last week, a plastic surgeon from Tennessee called. He outsources his bill six months ago and asked which reports the service should send him each month. To date, he had not received any reports, and cash flow was slow. A client with a blended reconstructive...