If it was a for psychiatric services yes, because there is a CPT code for it in the medicine section. If not, then no, there is not an administrative CPT code for reviewing records. You can not bill an E&M, when patient is not present because it will be impossible to meet to 3 out of 3 requirements for new patients or 2 out of 3 for established patients.
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