...so I can't help with the coding but sometimes the doctor means not to charge the patient any out-of-pocket expense. the doctor may be saying to accept what the insurance pays as PIF. Of course, if you're dealing with Medicare, it is actually illegal to write off the deductible or coinsurance amounts, and some other carriers frown on the practice if they find out. Hope this was helpful!
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