Depending on what the physician did w/ the chronic conditions we may actually split-bill. If the physician spent additonal time reviewing meds, ordering additonal testing, counseling the pt on their condition, I may bill an E&M in additon to the prevenative exam. However, if he/she mentions it as part of their history, nothing to really address, no changes in anything, then I consider it prevenative.
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