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Martha Posted Mon 27th of July, 2015 18:44:22 PM

Can my doctor see a new patient at another office that we are not affiliated with. Patient is a medicare patient. This is a post op retina patient at the said office but needed our doctor who is a cornea specialist.

SuperCoder Answered Tue 28th of July, 2015 01:51:36 AM

Well, when doctor will consult the patient at another medical setting, then billing will be done for that entity only, not for your office. But, it seems that the patient is established because it is post op retina condition, which can be consulted at another office, but billing will not be considered for your office. Hope it helps!

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