But if they request the report for the later date and you have billed 95861 but it is only documented that one extermity was done. If 95860 was completed on the first day but it does not have any diagnostic value because the test could not be completed, what about just billing the technical portion for 95860 on the first day. Then bill the professional and technical on the second encounter. I have seen where the patient can not tolerate the EMG needle so only NCD testing can be performed and that is all that is reported but I have not seen where the Needle Electromyelography was completed but the other testing was not completed.
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