always code according to cms guidelines, p&ps, coding books, updates, workshops, etc....it's not your fault your employer is not educated enough.....however, if your employer gives a directive of what not to capture and what to capture after you and your employer go over the guidelines/documentation and stands firm in their decision, please follow the directive....make sure you know the correct way despite your company's decisions (I SPEAK FROM EXPERIENCE) and get coding insurance on yourself-you can find the insurance information under member benefits.
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