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Interpretatin and Report for eye procedures

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    hi

    I have a question regarding I/R, I am noticing a pattern with our physicians that when they indicate a reason for the test they are writing something like this.

    Reason for Test - H40.1232 - low-tension glaucoma, bilateral moderate stage, Monitor for progression.

    Reason for Test - H40.013 - Open-Angle with borderline findings, low risk, Monitor for progression

    I am trying to teach them the correct way to document a chart, all the other pieces of the I/R are good, I am just not sure if something like this is okay.

    Any help and/or feedback would be greatly appreciated.


    laura

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    I've seen wording like this used by several retinal specialists when ordering tests, such as OCTs, for patients with various retinal conditions.

    As long as the I&R itself meets the appropriate criteria, then I think you're in good shape.

    Tom Cheezum, O.D., CPC, COPC

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