I have seen it billed with the IUD removal code then the E/M visit billed with the mod 25. Check your RVU's to see which one is the highest, that way you bill it first. Make sure that the dx code is attached to the correct CPT. Also, don't forget that some insurance carriers requires the Preventative code (ex 99395) which means no modifier can be billed.
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