I work in a Family Practice office in which the physician frequently sees a child for their well child (preventative) visit and also charges them a seperate E/M visit. For example, he recently saw a patient for their wcc. This patient also has asthma so he addressed that as well. There were no changes with the asthma, however, he did note that she has seasonal allergies beginning in April. He did advise her to try Rhinocort. This patient was charged a 99394, 99214, 94010 and 94760. The question is whether the patient should only have been charged the 99394, 94010 and 94760 since there were no changes with the asthma. Does anyone know the answer to this question?