Hcr 220 Assigning E M Codes - change in dosage is...

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Initial consultation for a 78-year-old woman with unexplained weight loss, abdominal pain, and rectal bleeding. Comprehensive history and examination performed. Comprehensive history and examination was performed. The aliments include various parts of her body. (99205) 30-year-old patient presents complaining of flu-like symptoms characterized by unremitting cough, sinus pain, and thick nasal discharge. Examination reveals bronchitis and sinus infection. Patient is prescribed a five-day course of Zithromax. Patient history is not mentioned as to be new or established. But the doctors seem to know what to do to treat him. (99202) Established patient on Lithium presents for routine blood work to monitor therapeutic levels and kidney function. Nurse reviews the results and advises the patient that tests are normal and no
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Unformatted text preview: change in dosage is indicated. This patient is established and already submitting blood work for monitoring. (99211) 62-year-old diabetic female presents for check-up and dressing change of wound on left foot. Examination reveals that the wound is healing. Nurse applied new dressing and patient will return for check-up in one week. This patient is in between check up and on track with her visits. The nurse applied a new dressing and prepared for another checkup in one week. (99212) A mother brings in her six-month-old male child for routine wellness check. Examination reveals the child to be in good health and making adequate progress. In this routine wellness checkup, the mother brings in her infant. This seems to be procedural and common at this stage of life. (99215)...
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2011 for the course HEALTHCARE HCR220 taught by Professor Inc during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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