It depends on how the billing is done. Reciprocal billing is where the doctor who did not treat the patient but "owns" the patient, bills for the services provided by the covering doctor. The concept is that the two doctors cover for each other about equally, so if they each bill for their own patients, even if they did not provide the service during the coverage period, it will even out in the end.
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