At our hospital I code the infusions/injections for OBS patients. I am a coder in the HIM Dept. The trick to coding the infusions/injections is to get the nurses administering the infusions/injections to record start and stop times. Other than that, being the coder I have learned the coding guidelines, so it is easy for me to code them. The hospital began coding the infusions/injections because they had an audit before I started working there and the auditors told them they were losing thousands of dollars not coding them. I hope this helps!
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