I'm not sure about the enrollment questions. As for # 2 most carriers require that you bill ASA codes with time for anesthesia services; however, some still want CPT codes. So the best thing to do is review your carrier's anesthesia policies and bill according to what they prefer. The major carriers like Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross, United Health etc... are going to want ASAs. You'll also want to review anesthesia modifiers, an undirected CRNA is billed out with a QZ mod.
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