I do disagree. As billing 2 units does not indicate 2 different drugs using 2 line items with a 59 does by definition indicate a distinc and separate substance. Units are suppose to be used for procedures or services that come as quantity distributions. This one does not. Timed services and the J codes for the drugs come distributed in quantities so it is natural to bill these with units. So I do disagree with how you are saying to bill this code.
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