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My state practice act requires me to write a Progress Report every 30 days on all of my patient’s. Can I bill the time required to gather the subjective information, objective data and to write the Progress Report as a re-evaluation?
Since the Medicare Part B program requires functional limitation reporting, at minimum, every 10 visits, can I bill a re-evaluation for having to report the G-codes associated with the functional limitation reporting?
Since the Medicare Part B program requires a Progress Report, at minimum, every 10 visits, can I bill a re-evaluation for having to do a Progress Report?
Could you provide an example when a re-evaluation is appropriate to be performed on a patient and billed to an insurance carrier?
When is a re-evaluation appropriate to be performed on a patient and billed to an insurance carrier?
What documentation should be included in a re-evaluation?
Can an assistant perform a re-evaluation?
How often do insurance carriers reimburse for a re-evaluation?
Does Medicare reimburse for a re-evaluation on the same day I also bill for treatment?
How often can I do a re-evaluation?
When can I perform a re-evaluation?