Your physician can bill for standby services as long as he/she did not treat other patients during that time. (I'm not sure how many payers reimburse for it, though). 99360 is used for each 30 minutes. Anything less than 30 minutes is not billable. You do need to bill under the patient being treated, though. The hospital should provide that information when requesting the standby service.
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