I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "insurance" doctor. The doctor that you bill as the supervising physician is the doctor that the insurance company or payer will receive. Medicare says that in order to use a particular supervising physician he must have "direct supervision." This means that the physician must be present in the office suite and immediately available to provide assistance and direction while the is performing the service. If the doctor wasn't present on the premises then you can't use him to bill incident to. I hope this helps...
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