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Intraoperative Monitoring Coding

Connie Posted Mon 27th of February, 2012 22:11:51 PM

I have been asked to code for Intraoperative Monitoring facilities. The reports I receive to code from are not signed or dated by any physician.

I understand this is a real time process for the facilities, and the report is done afterward, I am given a reading physician to bill under.

I have concerns about this being a CPC, can anyone tell me there thoughts?

SuperCoder Answered Mon 27th of February, 2012 22:19:32 PM

As far as Coding rule states, the reports must be duly signed and dated also.

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