With as much is going on right now with the government and other carriers monitoring the use of modifier 59, your best bet would be to get the EKG report(s) and operative reports and determine if it truly was preoperative, during surgery, etc. It's just my humble opinion to do that, however I would personally want to know all the facts before I put my "John Hancock" on a claim with modifier 59.
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