You can only use 62 if both dr's did the same procedure (same cpt code) and both have op notes. In this case it looks like just bill the CABG under Dr. A and the carotid procedure under Dr. B. Also check edits for those codes because since they're in the same specialty the edit will apply. I work for a multi-specialty group and we get this all the time. Hope this helps.
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