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Time units over 4 hours

  1. Question Time units over 4 hours
    Medical Coding Books
    I remember hearing somewhere that its 1 unit for every 15 minutes up to 4 hours. After 4 hours it's 1 unit for every 10 minutes. Can anyone verify this for me. If there is somewhere I can look to get the correct info please let me know.

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    I have seen this with a few insurance companies but do not believe it is a standard written anywhere.

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