First, I wish you the best of luck in your coding carrer. I would recommend that you do NOT change the physcian code selection. I would speak with the provider and let them know what you have determinded to be the more accurate code and show them why. Let the provider make that decision. You may want to clarify at that time if they want you to correct any codes that they have selected if you find a more correct code. I am hoping that you have the record for that date of service in question to use as your source of information. Always remember that it is the physician that is ultimately liable for the claim.
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