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    I have billed code 11721 with 59 q8
    and then i billed 11041 rt or lt depends on person
    should both code pay the way i billed this.

    707.15,110.1 729.5 AND 440.20 OR IF THE ARE DIABETIC IT6 WOULD GO 707.15,110.1
    729.5 250.00 AND 250.70

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    Line 1 11041 Dx 707.15 250.xx
    Line 2 11721 Q8 59 Dx 110.1 440.20 or 250.xx

    I've been doing this for 4 years and get paid by medicare everytime. Make sure you seperate the codes and DX

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