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E&M visit pre screening colonscopy

  1. Question E&M visit pre screening colonscopy
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    Can I charge an E&M visit prior to screening colonoscopy when patient is sent from primary care to General Surgeron for screening colonoscopy patient is without signs/symptoms or is this visit inclusive

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    Milwaukee WI
    Default Visit is inclusive
    The visit is inclusive.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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