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Which MD would be the billing provider for an incident to visit
1. the MD that initially saw the pt & determined the plan of care
2. the MD in the office suite at the time of the visit

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  • edited May 2017
    MD on site at TOS. MD who initiated POC would be the referring physician in this case.

  • The physician that is in the office at time of visit.

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  • For a Medicare Beneficiary I agree; it has to be the physician physically present within the suite when the service is rendered. This Medlearn Matters article may help clarify: https://www.cms.gov/Outreach-and-Education/Medicare-Learning-Network-MLN/MLNMattersArticles/downloads/se0441.pdf


    Kris

    Kris Cuddy, CPC, CIMC
    Healthcare Compliance Analyst
    Compliance Office
    Michigan State University HealthTeam
    East Lansing, MI
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  • The MD in the office suite at the time of the visit


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