Yikes! This is always a debate we have. We bill for a clinic that is located in the hospital. We always bill as a Dr's office for his/her services. Anything else is billed by the hospital. Our Dr's also perform minor procedures on patients in the clinic and these are also billed by us as a Dr's office. Although we are a clinic, we do not meet the criteria set up in the descriptions for "clinic" therefor we have to bill as office.
Unless your doctor's office is set up as a clinic, you need to bill as office. Even if there are labs or other services ordered.
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