I would say that the date of service/surgery is when the physician is performing the actual procedure. If the physician harvests an organ, then you would use the appropriate px code and date performed. If the physician performs a transplanted organ into the recipient then again the appropriate px code and date performed. This is how I would do the coding, I would be interested to hear if anyone else has any other rational. Hope this helps
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