Proper Use of Evaluation and Management (E/M) Codes

Knowledge is Power Knowledge is power when it comes to E/M coding and documentation. A working knowledge of E/M coding is the best way to ensure optimal compliance and to avoid inadvertently under- or over-coding when describing evaluation and management. Physicians that understand the idiosyncratic process of E/M coding documentation command a higher rate of...
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Coding E/M Appropriately Using Time

The 2021 changes in E/M were proposed and implemented by CPT to make life easier for many in the health care industry. Even so, providers may jump into doing what sounds easier or better, without doing their due diligence of gathering information and implementing a new strategy. The coding of E/M services using time sounds...
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Gain a Solid Command of Routine Office Visit (ROV) Documentation Requirements

This Rapid Tutorial sets the tone for this module and for the entire course focused on Documentation of Evaluation and Management. Start your training by better understanding what a routine office visit looks like in the context of your documentation. Often, providers forget the ROV within “episodic care” must have a minimum set of targeted...
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Anatomy of Initial Visit Documentation Samples

Download Reference Documents These documentation samples are provided not only as an example of the necessary components of a note, but also to indicate in the sidebar the reasoning for the individual pieces needed to create the best possible note to document and relay the information essential for various patient case types. Notice that the...
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Proper Use of Evaluation and Management (E/M) Codes in a Chiropractic Office

Knowledge is Power for E/M Coding and Documentation Knowledge is power when it comes to E/M coding and documentation. A working knowledge of E/M coding is the best way to ensure optimal compliance and to avoid inadvertently under- or over-coding when describing evaluation and management. Physicians that understand the idiosyncratic process of E/M coding documentation...
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