If you are renting your space from a hospital AND you are providing all the fixtures, nursing/med tech personnel, xray equipment, etc. then you are in POS 11.
If you are using a hospital clinic, and the hospital owns all the equipment, employs the nurses, clinic manager, techs, etc., then your POS is 22.
There are some codes that you will not be able to use if you are in POS 22 (for example chemotherapy admin codes are "not intended to be reported by the physician in the facility setting."
Hope that helps.
F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC
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