Ob-Gyn Coding Alert

E/M: Are You Using 99211 Properly? If Not, You Could Be Missing Out


- Published on Fri, Jul 18, 2014
Rake in extra reimbursement by following these 3 criteria. If your ob-gyn waives charging for simple patient visits with a nurse, your ob-gyn could be costing your practice deserved reimbursement.  All you have to do is follow these simple criteria for reporting 99211:  the practitioner has the necessary training to perform the service; you can prove medical necessity; and the [...]


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