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"Incident to" and the Initial Visit - Evaluation & Management (E/M) Service Guideline

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    Default "Incident to" and the Initial Visit - Evaluation & Management (E/M) Service Guideline
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    NOVITAS OFFERS: "Newly revised information has been added to the Evaluation & Management Page under Contractor Decisions/Guidance. It is titled "Incident to" and Initial Visits."

    http://www.novitas-solutions.com/web...3Db32tzkwhn_33
    Marcus Murphy, CPPM

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    Great information, thank you!
    Amanda

  3. Question Incident to Service Private practice
    Hello,

    I was wondering does anyone know the Georgia Law for Incident to for mid-levels. I've been getting different information and not sure what some of it mean! I understand that the physician has to prove the initial visit for the patient and then the mid-level is allowed to see the patient. Is the physician required to document in the patient's chart as well?

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