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Urology/ARNP or PA

Cherie Posted Tue 10th of February, 2015 14:01:20 PM

Can a ARNP or a PA see a "new Patient" never before seen by the practice?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 11th of February, 2015 00:52:45 AM

Yes, but Medicare rules state the ARNP or PA may ONLY bill under their own number and cannot bill under the physician’s number when either performing a service on their own. It is also important that the ARNP or PA always sign the encounter form when involved in a service.

Thanks !!

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