Billing for new patients services for office visits are as follows: A new patient is defined as someone who has never been seen by you or a physician in the same specialty in your group OR who has not been seen by you or a physician in the same specialty in your group for at least three years.
How would you bill for services if the provider is listed under the same specialty i.e. an Ophthalmologist, but treats an established patient under his/her subspecialty. Would this be billed as an established patient or can it be billed as a new patient under the subspecialty? ( The providers are using the same TIN number).
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