The only time our group will bill a preventive e/m code is for a Medicare pts; if the doctor only documents that he did a dre and found no abnormalities, we bill G0102. The guidelines for preventive medicine codes just don't fit what most urologist do in their scope of practice. In the rare cases where we see pts for strictly cancer screening, we bill out a lower level e/m "sick" code.
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