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    Anyone out there with experience and success getting the rabies immune globulin injections reimbursed? I have questions on the unit dose of 90375. Lots of money is on the table and I am new to this scenario.

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    So what's the question? What are you coding/billing? What is being denied? What Dx are you using?

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