We have always been told to round up.
So if you gave 23 mg you bill it as if you gave 30 mg. So that is 3 units on your claim line.
If you are only billing one unit for 23 mg you are losing money for those 13 units you did not bill for and that can become a lot of money over time.
If you gave less than 10 mg it just one unit.
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