26. An E/M code is determined first by the encounter's A. Level of history B. Location C. Physician's specialty D. Time of day
27. The relationship between provider and patient, as described by E/M codes may be 28. Key components of some E/M codes include 29. Locations that will determine E/M code include all except 30. George sees Dr. Mallard in his office. Dr. Mallard sends George immediately to be admitted into the hospital. The E/M code will be chosen from subsection: A. Office visit B. Initial hospital care C. Subsequent hospital care D. Emergency department services 31. Darlene hasn't seen Dr. Curtis in four years. Today's visit will be coded as a
32. Dr. Getter spent one hour with Nancy, 40 minutes of which he spent counseling her on keeping her diabetes under control. The primary factor for this E/M code is 33. PFSH includes all of these components except 34. All of these body areas are recognized by CPT except A. Skin B. Neck C. Abdomen D. Back 35. One of the organ systems recognized by CPT is 36. Levels of history obtained include
37. Consultation services are coded based upon who requested the service and the 38. E/M services provided to an assisted living facility resident are coded A. New patient B. Office or hospital C. Domiciliary subsection D. Special services 39. A consultation requested by the patient is coded as a 40. A consultation requested by another physician is coded as a 41. Emergency department E/M codes are determined by
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- Home care, Activities of daily living, nursing homes, e/m, E/M code