You can bill for a CRNA under contract. It's in the CMS Manual as noted below. And, of course, for those payers that require credentialing you will have to credential the CRNA under your group/entity and re-assign benefits.
140 - Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Services
(Rev. 1, 10-01-03)
B3-16003, B3-16003 A, B3-3040.4, B3-4172
Section 9320 of OBRA 1986 provides for payment under a fee schedule to certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) and anesthesia assistants (AAs). CRNAs and AAs may bill Medicare directly for their services or have payment made to an employer or an entity under which they have a contract. This could be a hospital, physician or ASC. This provision is effective for services rendered on or after January 1, 1989.
This is Chapter 12 of the CMS Manual. Here's the link:
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