Hi, general question... Is it appropriate to bill an E/M -25 when its unrelated to the primary procedure on every visit? It's not bundled due to both codes being unrelated. For example, patient comes in for debridement 11042 on right ankle, but provider treats edema in another area which is new. For every following visit, can we bill the E/M -25 for the edema & debridement for followup visits? Or is the E/M billed once - during the visit it was first discovered?