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    Has anyone had experience coding when a internist sees a patient and writes orders for
    lifestyle modifications (diabetes, etc.) and then the patient would go to a designated gym and be monitored/supervised by a personnal trainer. How would the physician and the personnal trainer bill for reimburesement? Help


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    Regarding your situation..i would look at the time the physician spent with the patient explaining these modifications and bill the E&M based on time spent with the patient, since most payers do not reimburse for literature given. The trainer or facility would bill separately for any therapy services..

    Hope this helps..

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