At our office, if using the viscosupplements, we do not bill an E/M with the injection. I believe if you see the patient and are able to start the visco, you can though using a modifier. We do not keep it stocked in the office so that's not a common thing for us. Using the "regular" anti-inflammatories, we bill the E/M.
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