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inpt transfer to another Hosp for procedure

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    When a patient is transferred to another hosp for a procedure (never discharged) and brought back to my hosp once they are finished.. do I code that procedure or does that facility code for it?

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    Milwaukee WI
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    You code ONLY what YOU did. If you didnt' perform the procedure, you don't code it.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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