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Physician A is under the direct supervision of physician B who works at another facility. Physician B provides a letter documenting the number of examinations for which he/she provided direct supervision. Must physician B also include documentation showing that he/she is a qualified interpreting physician?

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No. While physician B must be a qualified interpreting physician, he/she does not have to include documentation showing that he/she is a qualified interpreting physician.

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