I don't think that this is "allowed". I believe that all procedures must be submitted to payors, especially if the patient is Medicare (Mandatory Claim Sumission). If the procedure carries a 90-day global, then it's probably a high dollar service. Would the physician rather lose out on the revenue generated by this service to cover post-op/routine care? It doesn't seem logical.
Just my two-cents worth...
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