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Charging Question?

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    If a patient comes into our office for a General Surgery consult and the doctor ends up doing a minor procedure in the office, would you still charge the patient a co-pay?

    Thanks for the help.


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    Since the patient will be charged a consult visit if not medicare and you would apply a 25 if minor (10 global) procedure done in office yes a copay would be taken. Insurance will take it out of the office visit cause E & M can be billed with procedure on same day with modifier.

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