If the patient came in and had the office visit, you can bill for that. You can billl the J codes for the meds too, without a modifier on the visit. J2550 says "up to 50mg" so that code would be appropriate for 25mg and you wouldn't need a modifier.
CPT 96372 isn't billed separately unless the E/M is separately identifiable from that service. If documentation supports billing both, then you'd need a 25 modifier on the visit E/M.
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