SPLIT/SHARED E/M SERVICE
In the office/clinic setting when the physician performs the E/M service the service must be reported using the physician's UPIN/PIN. When an E/M service is a shared/split encounter between a physician and a non-physician practitioner (NP, PA, CNS or CNM), the service is considered to have been performed â€śincident toâ€ť if the requirements for â€śincident toâ€ť are met and the patient is an established patient. If â€śincident toâ€ť requirements are not met for the shared/split E/M service, the service must be billed under the NPP's UPIN/PIN, and payment will be made at the appropriate physician fee schedule payment.
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