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    If any of the required fetal or maternal components are non-visualized due to fetal position, late gestational age, maternal habitus, etc., the circumstance must be clearly noted in the ultrasound report to meet the requirements for billing this service. ...

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    76811 Guideline

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    Can you please clarify if CPT 76811 can be billed if one of the requirements were not visible and documentation states not "visualized due to fetal position".  Everything I have seen says you can bill 76801 or 76805 if something is not visible, but cannot ...

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    RE: ob limited coding

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    Yes. The MFM fellow can obtain the images as long as you interpret the images yourself for the report. Depending on your specific unit circumstance, you may need to add modifier -26 to indicate that you are only billing for the professional component ...

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