When doing physician/provider-based billing, the global periods do not change depending on the location. If a laceration repair has a 10-day global, it has a 10-day global, no matter whether it's a primary care provider doing a follow-up visit for a laceration he sutured in the office a few days before, or an ED provider seeing a patient a few days after he sutured the laceration in the ED.
Seth Canterbury, CPC, ACS-EM
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