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   RE: office INRs
 From: Kris Oaks
 To: Member Forum
 Posted: 10-30-2017 21:17
 Message: So, you can bill the cpt for the actual INR test, not the venipuncture, and a 99211 if a nurse does it, I'm assuming a 99212 or 3 if a doctor does it. I agree with Kathy, it's about break even but you get an office visit out of it.

Kris Oaks
Kristin L. Oaks D.O. Inc.
Worthington OH
Original Message:
Sent: 10-27-2017 12:46
From: Jean Antonucci
Subject: office INRs

Hi I have never had enough  INRs  to make the machine etc worthwhile  but i was just given a machine and many    non expired test strips  I will look up the coding details but  wonder how many  any of you getpaid Do you  also do a visit because you a re telling them the results/ Normally  the results- telling either is unpaid or maybe gets added in to a 40.00   99490 if there is enough work for that  Thanks

Jean Antonucci

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