We, at a primary care practice, were recently informed by our "compliance department" that we can't bill separately for CPT 82270,82272, or 82274 if performed during an exam. This is considered part the "exam" component of the E/M service. If the patient is given cards to take home and returns them for testing, then we can bill 82270 on the date the test is performed,
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