If on your return visit, the doctor performs, and documents, the necessary history, exam, MDM for an E/M code, then yes, he should bill it, along w/any procedures performed such as the adjustment. I have no background in sleep studies, so I'm not sure what's billable and what's considered bundled. But as in any office visit, the same rings true...In order to bill an E/M code for a return visit, he must have documented all necessary functions of that code.
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