I would not report it more than once, rather add a 22 modifier and have your Doc clearly state the amount of excess op-time as well as the amount of defects repaired. If the insurance company does not up the allowable then send the op-note and a letter requesting an additional payment (ex. 25%)based on the situation.
Michael D. Reyland, CPC, CIRCC
Surgical Specialists of Georgia
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