Several things come into play, first state scope of practice, second credentialing, and third meeting the requirements for incident to.
Here are a couple CMS links
Starts on page 78.
I have never heard of the OPA-C before but I am assuming it is basically the same thing as a PA and therefore that type of provider is eligible to bill Medicare. If it is not you would need to research and find out if they are eligible providers.
Laura, CPC, CPMA, CEMC
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