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If the individual responsible for reporting the codes for the testing facility or the physicianâ€™s office does not have the report of the physician interpretation at the time of billing, the individual responsible for reporting the codes for the testing facility or the physicianâ€™s office should code what they know at the time of billing. Sometimes reports of the physicianâ€™s interpretation of diagnostic tests may not be available until several days later, which could result in delay of billing. Therefore, in such instances, the individual responsible for reporting the codes for the testing facility or the physicianâ€™s office should code based on the information/reports available to them, or what they know, at the time of billing.
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