Billing to insurance companies...


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I know they are ridiculous, but is it ever ok to file for bitewings one day, and the panoramic film the next (if they are both taken on the same day)? I feel its fraudulent, but my office manager seems to think its ok. help!
 
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Unfortunately it is fraudulent to bill at different times from actual treatment. Also during billing, the paying insurance company will require records including dates on when the procedure is completed.
 
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Unfortunately it is fraudulent to bill at different times from actual treatment. Also during billing, the paying insurance company will require records including dates on when the procedure is completed.
that's what I thought. I worry about it catching up to them and being audited. doesn't happen that often, but I am extremely uncomfortable. We still have to play by the rules. thanks for your confirmation!
 

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