You can only code 1 infusion code if all the drugs are mixed in one bag. You can code only 1 concurrent infusion, but the drugs must be ran at the same time in SEPARATE bags. So, you should just code 1 96367 if all the drugs have been admixed in addition to your initial. I know, it sucks we lose admin charges when the drugs are given this way, but thats the way it is.
Hope this helped.
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