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    Default Services given in the ER

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    Am I mistaken, or are procedures such as injections, infusions, hydrations, etc, no longer bundled into the ER CPT codes, and billable along with the appropriate E&M?

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    Bill them on the facility side, not pro side.

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    Columbia, MO


    Correct they have always been the facilities charge which is why the physician does not bill for these. The facility will use a 25 modifier on the E&M with the infusions.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

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