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Ekg - cardiologist performs

ebarnett

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When a cardiologist performs 93010 more than one time in a day is there a minimum amount of time that has to be in between the EKGs in order to be billed. In our clinic we've always been told that the EKGs had to be 5 minutes apart before the doctor can bill for two.
However, no one seems to know where that rule came from. Any help would be appreciated.



Elaine Barnett, CPC
Jefferson City, MO
 
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