First of all, 99100 is an anesthesia qualifying circumstance that can only be billed if the patient is over 70 and does NOT have Medicare as primary. Otherwise you cannot bill 99100 to Medicare products as they won't pay for this. Our software bills it out when we are charging so I really have never noticied as to whether the patient was 70 + 1 day or not. But you should be able to get your computer person to load this so that it and (ex: 99140 emergency) all qualifying circumstances would bill when appropriate.
Hope this helps.
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