Incident-to billing: Clearing up the confusion

According to the Medical Economics, “Incident-to billing is a way of billing outpatient services (rendered in a physician’s office located in a separate office or in an institution, or in a patient’s home) provided by a non-physician practitioner (NPP) such as a nurse practitioner (NP), physician assistant (PA), or other non-physician provider. Incident-to billing can be confusing.” Visit this article, which consists of questions from Medical Economics readers, to help demystify how incident-to billing works.

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