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Thread: 1995 AND 1997 auditing templates/forms

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    I would also like the link or copy for the 1995 audit guidelines please.
    My email pgarcia@cipm.com.


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    Apr 2007
    Providence, RI


    Let's not turn this into another one of those threads where everyone adds their email and asks for people to send them things..... this email thread is several YEARS old, I seriously doubt the original poster is going to keep checking it.

    I'm not sure where you guys looked, but this information is available online from multiple sources.
    Here is a link to the NOVITAS website, they have a PDF of the 1995 E/M Guidelines Score Sheet as well as the 1997 (each specialty is listed here)

    Hopefully that's what you're looking for. I would advise you to make sure that you check with the local carrier first to make sure they don't have their own exam guidelines, or MDM guidelines (Trailblazer, NGS, etc)
    Mike Enos, CPC, CPMA, CEMC
    Consultant, Chart Auditor, Instructor
    Enos Medical Coding
    Warwick, Rhode Island

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    Apr 2007
    Dover Seacoast New Hampshire


    Thanks, Mike. NHIC's audit tool is here


    Pam Brooks, MHA, CPC, PCS, COC
    Coding Manager
    Wentworth-Douglass Hospital
    Dover, NH 03820

    If you can dream it, you can do it. Walt Disney

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    Default 1995 single system Comprehensive Exam audit guidelines

    I have been trying to locate a printable 1995 single system comprehensive exam audit guidelines for the psychiatric system. If anyone has one to share or could send me a link it would be greatly appreciated. Email is julia.allen@owensborohealth.org

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    Default audit tool 1995

    I am looking for a 1995 audit tool. My email is tina.anderson2@hma.com

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    Post 1995/1997

    You can find them at E&Muniversity.com.

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    Apr 2007

    Default 1995 Audit tools

    Wondering if anyone still has 1995 audit tool? If you do could you email it to me at aeubanks@apom.com or fax 574-271-4458

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    As I understand, there is no 1996 guidelines. I think exam element is greatly affected with new guidelines of 1997. Could you please also send me the copy audit tool for 1997 and 1995 guidelines both? My e-mail is
    himani_b@rocketmail.com. Thank you very much

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