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11719 and or 11720

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Can 11719 and or 11720 be billed with path when sending a nail in to be tested? I cannot find any "clear" information on this topic. Just wondering if anyone knows if these are separably re-portable, and if you have any information that I can use/keep for future reference.

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Rachel, CPC, CBCS
 

CodingKing

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The pathologist can bill for the pathology, you would just report the service personally performed by your provider.
 
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Alexandria Minnesota
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The pathologist can bill for the pathology, you would just report the service personally performed by your provider.
Thank you ..oh my I just read my question .. That makes sense. Oh so sorry. I should ask , Do you know if I can report and EM with the 11719-11720 and the path. Or is the trimming/ debridement included in the EM. So sorry. Thank you for your response to the question above.
Rachel E, CPC, CBCS
 
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