Sounds like you're flagging for all the correct information. One thing we do in our practice to help with the lost charges is to not send the original back. We scan a copy, send it to the doc with a compliance request form explaining the issue and ask them to advise whether it is done or not. Since the actual chart is in the hospital, we advise them to make sure to make any updates to the chart as well as to our copy so we can file the charges. They usually update the chart via a progress note and then let us know it was done so the charge can be billed out.
Hope that's helpful.
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