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    Our physician practice was just merged into a hospital and has become a clinic. The hospital says we must bill under OPPS guidelines. They tell us that we must unbundle services that in the practice setting I know were bundled. Do the NCCI guidelines still apply under OPPS or is there a different set of rules? If so, can anybody let me know where I can get more education? Thanks for your help. rp

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    North Carolina
    Maybe this link will help. This NCCI link is designated for OPPS.
    Rebecca CPC, CPMA, CEMC

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