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  • Posted in: Payer Trends

    Yes thanks! Fast fingers Co-surgeons are not allowed for 55875 and 55920, they are allowed for 57155. However, if the other specialty is not present then the Rad Onc can bill the 55 code. No more multi tasking �� ... More

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    Lisa, I appreciate your input! Thank you. ------------------------------ Pam Galloway BA, (R), (T), (ARRT) Director West Tennessee Healthcare ------------------------------ More

  • Posted in: Payer Trends

    I believe if you check, there is no assistant surgeon, or co-surgeon modifier allowed on codes 55875 or 56920. ------------------------------ James Hugh, III MHA, ROCC, CHBME Mr. American Medical Accounting & Consulting ---------------------------- ... More

  • Posted in: Coffee Talk

    NPPs cannot perform OTVs, only Rad.Oncs. MPP's normally do follow ups and can do them alone if they are credentialed and receive 85% of the Medicare allowable or if the physician is present and it's billed under the physicians name and you receive 100% ... More

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