Could someone please offer advice on how your family medicine practice handles the emergent need to inject a patient with an Epi Pen (J0171). I cannot find any clear perimeters on how to bill for this service. I have researched what our office pays for a two pack of these pens ($ 800). I do realize that they come in two size (Jr 0.3mg & Adult 0.15mg). Would anyone be willing to share how your office handles billing for this service? I have researched billing for Medicare and have found that they only pay 0.74 per mg for this service so that is not going to be practical to bill to them. Any info which you are willing to share would be extremely helpful. I have also checked with the docs to see why they do not just opt to carry the epinephrine and draw upon the need basis but they have advise that the pen elevates the possibility for an error. Thanks for sharing any and all info.
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