First I would query my ER physician to see if this was an actual trauma patient. The G0390 can ONLY be used with the 99291. If your physician seen the patient and didn't document the Critical Care time of 30 minutes or more then you would have to go to the 9928? codes and the G0390 would have to be taken off. I know that the 9928? numbers do not pay as well as the 99291 and the G0390 but you have to have the physician to correctly put in the CC time. Hope this helps.
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