They need to accept that not every test will have a covered diagnosis. Also it is inappropriate if not rude to "suggest" to the physician what the diagnosis should be. We code for what the patient has as documented by the physician no more and no less, as I have stated many times we cannot give the patient a dx they do not have just to get a claim paid, as incorrect dx codes can cause harm to the patient.
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