I dont really understand how you can bill in versus out of network, you bill the appropriate code and if you are participating they pay at an in network level of benefits, if you are not participating they pay out of network benefits. You wouldn't bill twice in two different ways. As far as finding this in writing, it states in a standard insurance contract that you can not bill the patient other than for copay, coinsurance or deductible so I would check in your provider contracts or on the insurance company's website, most companies have their provider manuals on line.
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