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Supervising VS Incident 2

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    I have a PT seeing patients who is not yet credentialed. The physician is seeing the patients for face time so we can bill out under him. Would this be considered and Incident 2 Visit or a Supervising visit? Or is there another way to bill this?

    Thank you
    Kim

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    The physician must make his own note of examination for this to be a shared encounter, which it sounds like what you are describing, if this is a new patient then it must be a physician visit, no incident to or shared visit.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

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