Are you asking what you would be paid or what you are allowed to bill?
It all comes down to your physicians contracts with the payers. Are they all contracted at the same rate for each specific payer? I'm not a whiz with mediare/medicaid rules, so I cant speak to that, but for private payers, they typically contract the large groups all in one. An E/M 99213 from an Osteo should be the same level of work as an E/M 99213 from an Internal Med, the documentation requirements are the same regardless of the specialty, so reimbursement would not differ. But your safest bet would be to request contract rate info from each payer you do business with.
I know thats not much help, but thats my best suggestion.
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