I work for both drs & crna's... yes, if a crna is relieved, you should include the time when they were relieved, this will not affect the claim form, but will help with concurrency. you will bill the time the 1st crna begins to the time they are relieved, then include the 2nd crna.
In your case, you are competely correct.
if you need any more help, please feel free to contact me.
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