Reader question: How to use 'bill above' in reimbursement coding
Q. Are you familiar with the term "bill above" in reimbursement coding? My understanding is that services categorized as "bill above" are reimbursed for that service in addition to a capitated rate for the patient's part of capitated plans. What does it take for a service to be declared a "bill above" service?
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