Question Second Level Provider Billing

BMWilliams

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Trying to find out if nurse practitioners can order, sign and bill for a plan of care without an MD or DO. on home health certs G0179 & G0108
 
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SharonCollachi

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This document (click me) includes the criteria for who can do this:

NPPs who can perform the encounter are:

• A nurse practitioner or a clinical nurse specialist working under State law and in collaboration with the certifying physician or in collaboration with an acute or post-acute care physician, with privileges, who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health

•A certified nurse midwife, as authorized by State law, under the supervision of the certifying physician or under the supervision of an acute or post-acute care physician with privileges who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health

•A physician assistant under the supervision of the certifying physician or under the supervision of an acute or post-acute care physician with privileges who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health
 

BMWilliams

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This document (click me) includes the criteria for who can do this:

NPPs who can perform the encounter are:

• A nurse practitioner or a clinical nurse specialist working under State law and in collaboration with the certifying physician or in collaboration with an acute or post-acute care physician, with privileges, who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health

•A certified nurse midwife, as authorized by State law, under the supervision of the certifying physician or under the supervision of an acute or post-acute care physician with privileges who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health

•A physician assistant under the supervision of the certifying physician or under the supervision of an acute or post-acute care physician with privileges who cared for the beneficiary in the acute or post-acute care facility from which the beneficiary was directly admitted to home health
Thank you very much
 
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