That sounds like fraud. If the claim was originally billed incorrectly, ok to do corrected claim with corrected codes. If the pt came in for a routine health exam, cc was routine exam and routine exam was done, you have nothing to support your rebill (even if you did review chronic problems etc.). I would say go with your gut, bill for what was done and leave it at that. Sounds like doctor needs a refresher on the definition of fraud. Good Luck .
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