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    when a doctor oversees the plan of care for a hospice patient...the doctor is not a hospice employee, we are billing to Medicare 99375 with a GV modifier? I am not getting reimbursed...can someone help me to bill correctly so that these get paid. Please and thank you.

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    Try billing the HCPCS code G0182 (the Medicare equivalent to 99375 code) and use GV modifier. Hope this helps.

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