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    Ok, so we are trying to make sure that we are coding correctly for Vaccines. We've just opened and never done this before.

    My main question is about administation fees. What do you bill if the patient is over 8 and is counseled on a vaccinations risk, etc?

    Also, what is different about billing Medicare and Medicaid for vaccinations? I've seen some stuff about NDC #'s, EP modifiers, etc????

    please be detailed if you know and maybe we can cut down on so much stress for others!

    THANK YOU!!!
    Last edited by tamara.battle; 07-22-2009 at 05:19 PM.

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