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services for anesthesia and pain management groups.
The permanent image recording as well as the written report are an integral part of this service. Without them, you cannot bill it.
It may seem like a small thing, but correctly documenting anesthesia relief time (when one provider comes into the OR to relieve another) can significantly reduce your compliance risk, while saving you and your billing office a great deal of time and energy.
Anesthesiology Smoking Abstinence is very frequently documented incorrectly on PQRS forms by providers. However, knowing a few key pieces of information will help you determine the correct way to document these.
Over the past several years, we have found that certain measures which apply to anesthesia can be confusing and misleading to providers. To simplify the process, most billing companies develop PQRS forms (similar to superbills) for providers to mark. The measures most commonly documented/marked in error are:
Fractures - Fracture coding is one area which will require a great deal more specificity in documentation for ICD-10 than for ICD-9.
The information presented herein reflects general information that is current as of the date it was first published. Please check with your individual legal and/or compliance advisor(s) prior to taking any significant actions based upon the information and advice presented.