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    We have a patient in the hospital that is waiting for placement to a nursing home. Their insurance (BCBS) are not covering services as of 4/5/09. Our physicians are continuing to see the patient because they're still here and on our service. On the billing sheets – our docs are listing as a no charge each day.

    Are we correct in doing this?

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    Is the patient in a global period?

    Has BCBS denied her services for lack of medical necessity? What is their denial reason?

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    Received your PM...I have responded

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