Depends on what type of supplies you are wanting to bill for. Some insurance carriers will reimburse a "tray charge" for in-office procedures, and some will say supplies are included in the fee for the procedure. If the supplies are specifically for the tubal procedure, then you might be able to bill for them separately. But if they are standard supplies used for any office procedure, then probably not.
If they are just for the tubal procedure, then make a list of all supplies used and what they cost you to have on hand, that way you could make a case for getting them reimbursed on a case by case basis if necessary.
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