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2 places of svc, same day denials

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    Recently I have had a denial for the infusions billed in the office when the patient was then admitted to observation, also outpatient service. The places of service are different, but I am not sure how I should have submitted.
    Also had denial for infusion codes on the same day a patient was admitted to hospice. Are all services on admit day bundled, as a global package?

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    If the medical record supports it, I would use a 25 modifier on the E/M code. You may need to appeal with medical notes.

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