That would depend on if the patient were inpatient or outpatient. If the patient is outpatient, DRG's do not apply and the reimbursement is based on the procedural codes submitted to the insurance company. You would have to contact their billing department and ask for a specific insurance to determine exact payment. This is a difficult question because in most institutions, they have many payors and all are contracted at different rates. They usualy base their financial projections off their "biggest" payor.
Hope this helps.
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