Many physicians working in a hospital setting have heard of admission and MRP premiums but they don’t always apply the premiums when appropriate. Below, we look at the E082 MRP (most responsible physician) admission premium and the E083 MRP premium …
JCL was recently asked why MRP’s who admit a patient are supposed to bill C122 and C123 for the first and second day after admission as opposed to billing assessments. Below we outline the differences between major assessments during hospital admissions and MRP visit codes, as well as when to use which codes.
In the world of OHIP Hospitalist Billing, few codes lead to as much confusion as the ‘day of discharge’ code – C124. Below, we’ll look at a few common situations, and clarify the use of this code.
Hospitalists, from an OHIP billing standpoint, are rather limited in their billing options. Below, we go through codes that are payable on top of MRP codes.
At JCL, we manage the billing needs for several dozen Internal Medicine and GP hospitalists. These physicians serve a very important role in a hospital setting because they provide daily monitoring and care for in-patients.