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Nitroglycerin tablet-CB

Lina Posted Tue 27th of October, 2015 18:43:34 PM

Is there a code that we can bill for if we give a patient a Nitroglycerin tablet for chest pain while in the office?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 28th of October, 2015 04:30:47 AM

No, giving medicine is not separately billable for office visit patients. Given medicine can be counted in the medical decision making (MDM) of the visit. Medicine prescription make the risk level of MDM as MODERATE.

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