I have always found that little note very strange because you cannot charge a 99211 if the physician is not physically onsite. When I spoke with the director of the nursing school here she stated that in a physician office setting an RN/LPN cannot perform any service if the physician is not in the office and he should check his malpractice insurance about that. She indicated that perhaps this notation is referencing home health services and not physician office services. Just a thought!
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