In our office, which is also family practice mainly, we have an internal medicine doctor who interprets all of our EKG's. So he always receives the 93010, as he does the written report on all. For the EKG's that this doc orders, we then bill the 93000. For our family practice doc's, they may refer in their dictation to the EKG results, but we don't count that as the reading. So for them we bill just the 93005. Hope this helps some!
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