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Incident-To for RN-BSN

aguelfi

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We had a pt come in yesterday because her c-ostomy tube had begun to come out. A nurse (RN-BSN) from our local hosptial came over and changed the bag and pushed the tube back in. We are just across the street from one another.
Can I bill for her services Incident-To? We all fall under the same parent company.
 
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