93320 and 93321 is an Add-on codes, it should not be billed alone. It should be billed along with the CPT 93303, 93304, 93307, 93308, 93312, 93314, 93315, 93317 and 93350. 93320 and 93321 will be rendered by the provider to patient along with above given CPT Codes(Primary service(s)).
Conclusion: You can bill 93320 with 93308, If the provider documented both the services in his/her report. So you need a documentation for add-on codes also.
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