What may be more important is showing the insurance company that the video EEG was medically necessary.
You can search "Electoencephalographic (EEG) Video Monitoring: www.aetna.com/cpb/medical/data/300_399/0322.html (Aetna Clinical Policy Bulletin)
It states that video EEG monitoring is medically necessary to:
-differentiate epileptic events
-establish first diagnosis of epilepsy
-establish specific type of epilepsy, etc.
Blue Cross Blue Shield has a similar policy. I'm sure others do too.
Keep us informed.
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