As you know it would depend on the total units submitted but yes - $150 does sound low. I show that the Indiana Medicare conversion factor is $20.16 per unit so that means that Medicare only paid approximately 7.4 units on your claim and I'm guessing, at a $1700 charge, your claim was for substantially more units. If you can, I would review the EOMB to make sure they correctly captured the anesthesia minutes.
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