I don't see "medical necessity" for this visit. I would not bill an E/M visit. Depending on the insurance type, you could bill 99080. "Special reports, such as insurance forms, more than the information conveyed in the usual medical communications or standard reporting forms." But i doubt that would get paid. I would recommend the patient bringing the forms to the office. Then front office staff or management could discuss with patient how the doctor fills out the required report. If an exam is needed, schedule the patient for a wellness visit, charge the preventive medicine code and give the papers to patient then.
The patient has no complaints - so an acute E/M service can't be billed under your scenario.
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