I am a newbie here but I have been an ER doc. If the doc is employed by a group or an independent agency that supplies the docs to the hospitals (probably the most common way), it seems to me the ER group will charge and code the doc's part.
You can be sure the hospital is not going to let go their opportunity to charge for the facility use and actual drugs and IV setups used. So, looks to me you would do only the hospital part if you are coding for them or code the ER group's part if you work for them.
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