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    Default Documentation?????

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    What is the appropiate way to have a physician sign off on incident to visits for our APRN? I can't seem to locate ANYTHING specific on medicare website?


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    St.Petersburg, Fl


    Is this an office visit, because if it is they have to review and sign off on..If it is inpatient of any kind there is no such thing as incident to in a hospital setting. They have to be present for any procedures, visits..etc.
    Alecia Peck CPC

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    Default What is APRN

    Sorry to be so out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annamccoy View Post
    Sorry to be so out of it.
    advanced practice registered nurse
    usually like a CRNA or NP

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