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99212 vs. G0463

  1. Question 99212 vs. G0463
    Medical Coding Books
    I have been looking over some bills that we have been paying and noticed that a hospital outpatient clinic is billing a 99212-99214 along with G0463. I was thinking that they could only bill one or the other. Any input would be helpful. Thanks

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    I work at a clinic/hospital where we do provider based billing (PBB) so we use both G0463 (the technical) and a 99212 etc (professional side)

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