I don't have a link, but I can tell you that which ever code hits the insurance company's system first is the one that will get paid. The other will dup out. I have had to prove this to way too many doctors. They saw the patient A in the office and sent them home, later that day patient A gets worse and wanders into the ER. The doctor admits patient A to the hospital b/c symptoms are significantly exacerbated from earlier in the day. My charge from the morning visit has already been filed and if subsequently paid. The admission is later denied-duplicate-same provider/date of service.
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