I have the same or similar question. I believe they mean that 1 mg is one unit, but then how many units is 2.5 mg? It seems safe to bill 2 because you did give 2 mg, but it would be nice to code the exact dosage. From what I see in other posts it sounds like people are only getting paid for the neb treatment and not the drugs. We have not been coding the drugs so far, just the neb treatments.
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