I code these all day--bill like this: 99213-25, 99396, 93000, dxs like, 401.9, 272.0, 250.00, V70.0 (as examples). Match the dxs to the CPT, 401.9 for 99213-25, V70.0 for 99396, and depending on you carrier for the ekg, V70.0 or 401.9, 272.0. If you have a lot of procedures--some carriers bundle things together--(BX and other carriers will bundle and ekg with a wart removal for example, even though the dxs are completely different) and you can avoid this with attaching a mod-59 to one of the cpts. It's not by the book coding, but you have to adapt to the carrier to get paid for all of your doctor's work.
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