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Infusion Dictation


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Can anyone point me towards a document with official rules for whats needed to legally bill an infusion. All of a sudden I have providers that do not want to dictate their normal infusion note. They are suggesting that if a nurse documents a conversation between themselves and a doctor that that is enough to bill. It is also being suggested that if I receive an order from a provider that DOES NOT work for our clinic, that that is also enough to bill an infusion. I err on the side of...documentation of a conversation is NOT enough and how am I going to bill for pur practice based upon what a different doctor in a whole different city states? Thoughts?