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Normally patients that come in with 2 insurances should not be charged a copay. In most cases their secondary policy will pick up the copay left from the primary insurance. ...Read More »
According to an industry guide we use, Nitric oxide expired gas determination (95012), or the measurement of eNO, has not been assigned a physician work RVU. Therefore, this would be ...Read More »
The 90460 code is used when a physician is present and performs face-to-face counseling to the caregiver or parent. This code can only be used for patients through age 18. ...Read More »
Providers are "required" (this is the key word) to bill any procedure done during a well visit which would include an "office visit". Anything outside the scope of a well ...Read More »
A credit card on file (CCOF) program can reduce your costs and increase the timeliness of patient payments by offering an on line automatic payment system. Here’s how it works: ...Read More »
Not all payers will reimburse for the MCHAT screening, but it is worth trying a couple tests with all your payers to see if its worth tracking and billing. The ...Read More »