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  1. Default E-codes
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    Hello everyone I'm hoping I can get some help please, I'm trying to code this encounter. Baby was brought in by parents, reason baby fell from bed. I coded CPT 99213, and I know I should use ICD E-884.4 as a supplemental code. Im not sure what other diagnosis it's ok for me to use.

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    Columbia, MO
    If there are injuries or symptoms you code that the E code must be secondary. If no injuries are found, use the V 71 code for injury following accident not found as a first listed followed by the E code

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

  3. Default
    You should code the injury (like fracture...) first and then the E code.
    Hope that help.

  4. Default
    Yes Thank you, your answers helped I was not sure what to code as primary diagnosis, there was no injury present after the accident. Thank you for your time:

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