You never code the acute injury code with the follow up or after care. Perhaps the reason for a denial is global. Medicare as with other payers should pay for any non global follow up encounters the V code is sufficient for coding. It is the patient's dx we are coding and if the condition no longer exists then we cannot say that it does. So what we need to know is what does the denial reason state.
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