I say your ARE double dipping! I talked to our coding supervisor who also agrees. You can either see the pt and treat the neck and back at same encounter...but you can't bill both ins. You also can't bill out only 50% of the service to each. You'd either have to see the pt and treat both areas, but only bill one ins co...you'd only bill out for the one area (neck or back..not both!) Or you could have pt come in one day to treat the neck and bill the auto carrier, then have her come in another day to treat the back and bill the w/c carrier. I would DEFINITELY not continue to treat both areas at the same time and bill both carriers for the same visit!! Hope this helps you.
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