In all honesty, it really depends on the Provider make-up of the practice. In my organization each office is very different. Some of the providers are close to retirement and are no longer doing OB, so most of their day is E/M's with Office and Hosp procedures. Some of the physicians are totally OB, and their days consist of nothing but prenatal and post partum visits with a few scattered preventive visits. You also need to look at your patient age population and geographic area as that can effect how many and what type of services you provide.
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