when you say the "surgeon" revised the patients lovenox and coumadin dosing, do you mean your surgeon? I dont beleive you can charge for the diabetes being an "underlying condition" because your dr wasnt the one treating it, the hospitalist was. Also, if the warfarin and coumadin are are for a condition other than what the surgery was for and YOUR dr was the one changing dosing I think you should be able to charge for it
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