I'm confused about this, as well. There were several examples in the Medical Record Auditor curriculum that credited statements such as "alert" and "mildy anxious" to constitutional - When is it Constitutional, and when is is Psych?I am confused.
Where is there a bullet for Alert as a standalone bullet?
Impressive argument! I bet you're skilled in writing appeals. I agree, and have also been trying to find the answer to this. I haven't had any luck, so I'm interested to get clarification, as well.Alertness is the state of paying close and continuous attention, being watchful and prompt to meet danger or emergency, or being quick to perceive and act. It is related to psychology as well as to physiology. A lack of alertness is a symptom of a number of conditions, including narcolepsy, attention deficit disorder, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, Addison's disease, or sleep deprivation.
Please let me know why cannot we consider this as an exam bullet.