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FW: A.J. Sarrat

hello! http://mu-directory.bloomingdale-tc.com/gxbb/zyuhy/idkr/cayrv.html A.J. Sarrat
A.J. Sarrat
Jun 17, 2013
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Re: superbilling/billing for pediatric case

Luriko - I would definitely avoid using 97810 or other acupuncture codes unless you are actually doing acupuncture. If you're doing acupressure, consider
Ken Berry
Apr 22, 2013
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superbilling/billing for pediatric case

Hello everyone. I am creating superbills for my pediatric patient for the first time and am not sure how to proceed. I'm not doing acupuncture, but
buri90
Apr 22, 2013
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Re: insurance coverage

Thank you Shane. Will do!
buri90
Apr 22, 2013
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Re: insurance coverage

Thank you for your feedback Jordan. Good to know Office Ally is that easy! Maybe I'll try that with one patient and see how it goes. Thanks again.
buri90
Apr 22, 2013
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Re: Veterans Admin Billing 97026

That code is not specific to physical therapists. No where in the CPT code manual description does it restrict the use of that code to PTs. Options are to
Shane Burras
Mar 21, 2013
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Re: insurance coverage

Greetings everyone - Office Ally is free, and a great tool to use to generate bills / claimn forms and send bills electronically. You would be surprised how
    Shane Burras
    Mar 21, 2013
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    Re: insurance coverage

    I handle insurance differently. I am only an out-of-network provider so I get paid in full by all patients-- except for Motion Picture patients as they have
      Jordan Hoffman
      Mar 21, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      I'd highly recommend not issuing superbills, and paying a billing service to do the billing for you. It's more professional, you'll get paid more, and it
      Sean Michael Hall, L.Ac.
      Mar 20, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      Yup -- although doing a superbill relieves the provider of a lot of hassle, they'll still contact you if they need proof of medical necessity or if they have a
      Ken Berry
      Mar 19, 2013
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      Veterans Admin Billing 97026

      Hi All- Looks like the VA has changed their reimbursement amounts and now pays the medicare rates for all CPT codes. I am now having trouble getting
      rebekah
      Mar 17, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      Thank you Ken and Phil. Yes, I am planning on doing a superbill for her. Since we're talking about superbills, if I may ask -- My experience with superbill
      buri90
      Mar 16, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      Hi Luriko, Yes. And I agree with Phil -- unless you want to put a system in place to bill insurance regularly, giving your patient a superbill is a good way to
      Ken Berry
      Mar 14, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      I suggest not wasting your time billing this. Give the patient a superbill, charge them your usual fee, and let them collect the money directly from
      Philip Cusick L.Ac.
      Mar 14, 2013
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      Re: insurance coverage

      Looks like this insurance company will pay up to 60% OR up to $30 per treatment -- whichever is lower. Since you are not a contracted provider (i.e. in
      Ken Berry
      Mar 13, 2013
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