If you include the JW modifier on units that are not used, then there is some amount of reimbursement. For example, if its a VIAL of medicine with 50 ml and only 45 is used on the patient, then you are allowed to be reimbursed for the remaining 5 ml with the JW modifier since the vial is not going to be reused for another patient and the facility has to pay for the whole vial.
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