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Risk for prescription of glasses

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    Hi,

    What will be Risk for MDM

    assessment : Myopia
    Plan : Prescription of glasses

    I think it should be low but not sure need opinion.

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    If patient is in for rt exam and myopia is the only dx, you would report an eye code instead of E/M (either 92002/92012 or 92004/92014). MDM is not a component to use those office visit codes.

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