This is a long one, but worth reading. The names have been changed to protect both the innocent and the guilty. The story begins with a clever pediatric practice who decides that since Insurance Company A (we’ll call them Cygnus to keep it short) does not want to pay for the 99051 code, it will …
A few weeks ago, over on PedTalk, I promised I’d make a public walk-through of an insurance fee schedule offering so folks can see the math that I like to do. We’re opening Pandora’s Box here and I don’t want this entry to be 10 pages long, so we’re ignoring some important aspects of this …
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