There is not a set standard for OB anesthesia billing. It's dependent on the level of service that your group provides and what your provider's determine to be fair and reasonable. The 2009 ASA Relative Values Guide (page 22) gives some examples of how OB anesthesia can be calculated.
Also keep in mind that, even if you choose one of these guidelines, payers may have other guidelines for calculating payment for OB anesthesia.
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