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  1. #11
    North Carolina
    Medical Coding Books
    Uhhhhh...Is it just me or are the links that lonewolf posted a little provocative??? I'm getting some scary info when I click on these links.

  2. #12
    Default E/M
    Quote Originally Posted by rebeccawoodward View Post
    Uhhhhh...Is it just me or are the links that lonewolf posted a little provocative??? I'm getting some scary info when I click on these links.

    Oh, good, I thought it was me. I just x'd out immediately. Not sure what they were trying to post, but I didn't stick around to find out either. Sorry lonewolf, maybe try again?

  3. #13
    I apologize, with that particular file host (Megaupload) they'll put up an occasional pop-up as advertising to help pay for the site. In any case, I'll delete the links and find a less offensive host and try it again...

  4. #14
    This should be better...tested the uploads and found nothing offensive. Sorry for the awkward situation...

    (use the "free download" button)

  5. #15
    Milwaukee WI
    Default Could the question be about an initial inpatient service?
    Be sure to let your friend know that if her question is specifically about an initial hospital visit ...

    You MUST have AT LEAST all three of the following:
    DETAILED history
    DETAILED exam

    If you do NOT have these, they you should use the 99499- Unlisted E/M.
    You cannot simply code 99221 when you don't have a detailed history.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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