What do you mean by transfer in? Do they come from another facility/practice? If they are 'new' and haven't seen any provider in your practice or within the last 3 years by your provider (without regard to 'practice' - doesn't matter if current practice or old practice), yes you can charge a new patient. you would use new patient codes 99201 - 99205. The ICD9 would of course depend on what they are being seen for, there isn't a 'generic ICD9 for a new patient', which is what I think you meant. Please clarify if I misinterpreted
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