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Global denial

mdorsey

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I would like advice when you receive a denial from insurance for global or incident to another procedure either on that day or within a post op global period. Do you post an adjustment-global to that particular date of service or void the date of service? Example: Our practice billed out an E/M visit for a patient during her antepartum care. It was denied global, included in antepartum care. This was an error it shouldn't have been billed but the A/R department voided this. I would have either adjusted as global or as a billing error. Any information is appreciated.:)
 
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