I find this a very interesting question as it has caused heated discussions in my billing office...In a family practice I used to bill at, I would have the Pt. pay up front. It would be an internal code "DOT PE" w/V70.5. Most insurances do not pay for the "DOT PE" but they will pay for annual PE. At the billing office I am at now, the providers are to bill ins w/age appropriate code and V70.5. I am interested to see what other discussions follow.
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