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We are switching to a new software soon and we normally have our MA's put the UDS and results in a note and sign it then the provider also signs it. Do we have to do this? Or can we just have them put it in as a non billable then when the provider interprets it, he change it to the 80307 and sign off on it? I am still new to this and so is everyone in our department really, so we are not sure if this is legal or not. Any help would be greatly appreciate.
 

SharonCollachi

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It seems to me that it would be perfectly fine if an MA put the service into the system, then the provider reviews the results and changes the code to be billed.
 
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