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  • ml80bug@aol.com
    Happy New Year everyone! May this new year bring you and your families all that you hope for (Peace, Love, Prosperity) Michelle L., CPC, CCS-P [Non-text
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 1, 2001
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      Happy New Year everyone! May this new year bring you and your families all
      that you hope for (Peace, Love, Prosperity)

      Michelle L., CPC, CCS-P



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    • Betsy Nicoletti
      Hello all, Can you tell me: 1.) is a urine dip (81002) bundled in to the OB global package, or is it separately billable and payable? Do any insurers pay it?
      Message 2 of 6 , Jan 1, 2001
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        Hello all,

        Can you tell me:

        1.) is a urine dip (81002) bundled in to the OB global package, or is it
        separately billable and payable? Do any insurers pay it?

        2.) if the OB doctor is called into the ER because the pregnant woman
        thinks her membranes have ruptured, and when the doctor arrives, it turns
        out that the membranes are intact and the woman is not in labor, is the ER
        visit separately billable from the global OB package? There's no real
        diagnosis.

        Thanks for your help.

        Betsy
      • Mary Thomas
        Dips are included in global for OB care (see guidelines in CPT book). Remember tho if you have a patient miscarry or change care and charge out visits, to
        Message 3 of 6 , Jan 2, 2001
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          Dips are included in global for OB care (see guidelines in CPT book).
          Remember tho' if you have a patient miscarry or change care and charge out
          visits, to also charge out this lab.

          The er visit is also a seperately billable visit. Look closely in ICD book
          for dx. May be able to use threatened preterm labor or other
          complications of pregnancy.

          mary

          Mary Thomas, RHIT, CPC
          Compliance Coordinator
          Physicians Clinic
          Omaha, NE

          At 09:17 PM 1/1/2001 -0500, you wrote:
          >Hello all,
          >
          >Can you tell me:
          >
          >1.) is a urine dip (81002) bundled in to the OB global package, or is it
          >separately billable and payable? Do any insurers pay it?
          >
          >2.) if the OB doctor is called into the ER because the pregnant woman
          >thinks her membranes have ruptured, and when the doctor arrives, it turns
          >out that the membranes are intact and the woman is not in labor, is the ER
          >visit separately billable from the global OB package? There's no real
          >diagnosis.
          >
          >Thanks for your help.
          >
          >Betsy
          >
          >
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          Physicians Clinic
          Omaha, NE
        • Betsy Nicoletti
          Thanks, Mary. Betsy ... From: Mary Thomas [SMTP:mthomas@nmhs.org] Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 12:03 PM To: CRN-L@egroups.com Subject: Re: [CRN-L] two OB
          Message 4 of 6 , Jan 2, 2001
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            Thanks, Mary.
            Betsy

            -----Original Message-----
            From: Mary Thomas [SMTP:mthomas@...]
            Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 12:03 PM
            To: CRN-L@egroups.com
            Subject: Re: [CRN-L] two OB questions for the New Year

            Dips are included in global for OB care (see guidelines in CPT book).
            Remember tho' if you have a patient miscarry or change care and charge out
            visits, to also charge out this lab.

            The er visit is also a seperately billable visit. Look closely in ICD book
            for dx. May be able to use threatened preterm labor or other
            complications of pregnancy.

            mary

            Mary Thomas, RHIT, CPC
            Compliance Coordinator
            Physicians Clinic
            Omaha, NE

            At 09:17 PM 1/1/2001 -0500, you wrote:
            >Hello all,
            >
            >Can you tell me:
            >
            >1.) is a urine dip (81002) bundled in to the OB global package, or is it
            >separately billable and payable? Do any insurers pay it?
            >
            >2.) if the OB doctor is called into the ER because the pregnant woman
            >thinks her membranes have ruptured, and when the doctor arrives, it turns
            >out that the membranes are intact and the woman is not in labor, is the ER
            >visit separately billable from the global OB package? There's no real
            >diagnosis.
            >
            >Thanks for your help.
            >
            >Betsy
            >
            >
            >~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            >Visit the new and improved CRN-Web at
            http://www.codingandreimbursement.net/forums/index.php3
            >~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            >Become a CERTIFIED Coder! Local and National Classes Starting in January!
            Call Today TOLL FREE at 866-965-8820 and ask for your "CPC Info Pack"!
            >~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            >Show your appreciation and support of the CRN visit this page to see how!
            www.codingandreimbursement.net/support.htm
            >~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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            www.egroups.com/subscribe/CRN-L. To unsubscribe send an e-mail to
            mailto:CRN-L-unsubscribe@egroups.com.
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            >
            >
            Mary Thomas, RHIT, CPC
            Compliance Coordinator
            Physicians Clinic
            Omaha, NE

            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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            Call Today TOLL FREE at 866-965-8820 and ask for your "CPC Info Pack"!
            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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          • HPMSInc@aol.com
            It amazes me how labs are considered part of the global care. Not only do we have to have a national certificate, but here in Maryland we have to have one for
            Message 5 of 6 , Jan 4, 2001
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              It amazes me how labs are considered part of the global care. Not only do we
              have to have a national certificate, but here in Maryland we have to have one
              for the state.

              Even for dips - we have to have controls and reports. Our local Blue Shield
              bundles all waivered labs into the E/M - it makes me crazy. What more do
              they want physicians to give?

              Well, thanks Mary.

              Karen Hurley

              In a message dated 1/2/01 12:08:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, mthomas@...
              writes:


              > Dips are included in global for OB care (see guidelines in CPT book).
              > Remember tho' if you have a patient miscarry or change care and charge out
              > visits, to also charge out this lab.
              >
              > The er visit is also a seperately billable visit. Look closely in ICD book
              > for dx. May be able to use threatened preterm labor or other
              > complications of pregnancy.
              >
              > mary
              >
              > Mary Thomas, RHIT, CPC
              > Compliance Coordinator
              > Physicians Clinic
              > Omaha, NE
              >
              > At 09:17 PM 1/1/2001 -0500, you wrote:
              > >Hello all,
              > >
              > >Can you tell me:
              > >
              > >1.) is a urine dip (81002) bundled in to the OB global package, or is it
              > >separately billable and payable? Do any insurers pay it?
              > >
              > >2.) if the OB doctor is called into the ER because the pregnant woman
              > >thinks her membranes have ruptured, and when the doctor arrives, it turns
              > >out that the membranes are intact and the woman is not in labor, is the ER
              > >visit separately billable from the global OB package? There's no real
              > >diagnosis.
              > >
              > >Thanks for your help.
              > >
              > >Betsy
              > >
              > >
              >




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            • Charlene Burgett
              WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR. Click here: http://web.icq.com/friendship/swf/0,,16961_rs,00.swf Charlene Burgett,BS,CMA,CMM,CPC,CCP
              Message 6 of 6 , Dec 31, 2004
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                WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR.

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                Charlene Burgett,BS,CMA,CMM,CPC,CCP
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