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    is a pt's Ejection Fraction is below 65% what would be a proper dx code? Thanks..

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    If it was me, I wouldn't code the EF%, per say. I would code only the disease that is causing the decrease in the EF%, ie, CAD, COPD, etc.
    Leslie, CPC

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieTibbetts View Post
    If it was me, I wouldn't code the EF%, per say. I would code only the disease that is causing the decrease in the EF%, ie, CAD, COPD, etc.
    Leslie, CPC
    I agree with Leslie on this one also.
    Roxanne Thames CPC, CPC-I, CEMC
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    ok...thanks..

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