My advice is to contact your payer reps. The way you credential them as a group practice will impact how you bill for them.
A hospital is not a surgery center, so you'll have to make sure that you use the correct POS based on patient status (inpatient or same-day). Do they have priveleges yet?
Your software people can help you with making sure that your numbers are loaded into the correct places behind the scenes, so that you drop the billing/NPI/TINs in the right places. It varies based on how you have set up your software (as a practice vs. as a billing system for a group of individual providers).
I'm not sure this answered your question, but I know billing issues can stem from improper credentialling and software setup.
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