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    Is it appropriate to use CPT 36000 and 36415 together if the only procedures done were introduction of an intracatheter, vein and collection of venous blood?

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    If the intent was to draw blood, then only 36415 should be coded.
    Lisa Bledsoe, CPC, CPMA

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