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Jan 21st, 2020 - bells221

Billing patients/attorney with no insurance

Question, I realize CPT codes were created to bill insurances etc. My Question is, do I have to us e a CPT code when billing a patient directly or a patients attorney or can I just create an invoice describing what was done and the cost associated with the procedure. Again, this will not be billed to any insurance. Thank you

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Jan 21st, 2020 - ChrisW   202  1 

re: Billing patients/attorney with no insurance

It depends on the Attorney, some may request more detail, if it is not requested, just send an invoice or statement of their account, that has always worked for me.
Be sure to get a consent signed or release from the patient to send the information.

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