Maternity / Obstetrical Billing

Yes, MSP has confirmed that you can bill 14109 in this circumstance.

No, 14090 requires a physical examination and, therefore, must be done in-person. While 14090 is often billed for the first prenatal visit, you can bill it at a subsequent prenatal visit, if that is when you see the patient in-person and conduct the physical examination.

Perinatal Services BC has created recommendations for the schedule of prenatal visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yes. Bill 14091 with a claim note record stating the service was provided by Telehealth. This is an example of a non-procedural intervention for which there is no Telehealth code. Do not use 13437 for prenatal visits provided by Telehealth.

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