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    If the doctor states "She is very poorly responsive at this time and somewhat encephalopathic", would that qualify as a complete ROS?? Or do you need to have a statement "unable to obtain ROS due to pt. is very poorly responsive..."???


  2. #2
    North Carolina
    Personally, I would prefer this statment.......

    "unable to obtain ROS due to pt. is very poorly responsive"

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    I have to agree with Rebecca.
    One can never assume........

  4. #4
    Milwaukee WI
    Default I agree
    I give credit for the full ROS/ PFMSH only if the physician specifically states s/he is "unable to obtain because of X reason"

    I would not give credit for the example you give.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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