I have never heard you can only put mod 22 on only one procedure,but that may be (anyone else?). I would put 22 onto any/all procedures he felt went above and beyond usual time/difficulty/ect....I always send a cover letter when I bill 22 mod, with my doc explaining who/what/why procedure was more difficult, I have "heard" that if you dont include cover letter they just ignore your 22. I would not put a 22 on an assistant surgeon.
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