wouldn't this service just be an E/M service? With and injection (of the meds)? I mean, really - the "only" procedure the physician is providing is the E/M service and injection - or, are they doing more? (besides prescribing the suppositories). What procedure can you possible justify other than an E/M and injection if that's all that was done? no other "real" procedure was performed, unless I'm missing something..
and, just out of curiousity - why wouldn't you bill this service to their insurance company? and how much do you charge - for what appears to be an E/M and injection?
I'm thinking there aren't any surgical codes for this, because - it isn't a surgical procedure....
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