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1995 AND 1997 auditing templates/forms

  1. #1
    Mooresville, NC
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    I have been searching the forum for the past hour for copies of a chart auditing form or template. If I understand correctly, there are 1995 AND 1997 auditing guidelines and therefore there should be a 1995 AND a 1997 audit form. Does anyone have these that they could email to me for an interview I have tomorrow morning? My email is: I have done some searching with google but can't find a printable version, not to mention that they are not always listed as 1995 or 1997 (is there a 1996 as well?)

    Any chart auditing information you have is greatly appreciated!


    Carol Rosol, CPC
    Carol Rosol, CPC
    Mooresville, NC

  2. #2
    Greenville, SC
    I know you posted this a couple of weeks ago, but I may have something that can help you. Interested?

  3. #3
    Grand Rapids, MI
    I am also interested in finding a 1995 audit tool. I have several 1997 but we use the 95 guidelines more.

  4. #4
    Smile Interested
    Quote Originally Posted by kte01a View Post
    I know you posted this a couple of weeks ago, but I may have something that can help you. Interested?
    I am very interested...Could you share the info...Thanks
    Yolanda T. Haskins CPC, CRC, OHCC, AAPC Fellow
    Past AAPCCA Board of Directors 2014 - 2017

    Alexandria, VA Chapter

    ~ Practice Kindness ~

  5. #5
    Overland Park, KS
    I am interested as well. Can you share this with me as well? You can e-mail it to me at
    Dawson Ballard, Jr., CPC, CEMC, CPMA, CCS-P, CPC-P, CRHC, AAPC Fellow

  6. #6
    Seacoast- Dover New Hampshire
    I am also interested Thanks
    Karen Barron, CPC
    Hampton New Hampshire Chapter

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    I am also interested

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    I am very interested...Could you share the info...Thanks

  9. Default Change from 1995 guidelines to 1997 guidelines
    Hi ,
    please can some one send me audit tool ( 1997 guidelines ) New and Established Outpatient visits .

    Also I have one more question concerning E / M
    " I was auditing the new and Established Outpatient using 1995 guidelines for the past 2 years .
    All of a sudden I was told to audit these visits using 1997 guidelines .

    My question is ( 1 ) Do these providers should be informed that , now the audit is conducted using 1997 guidelines NOT 1995 guidelines ( so that they can document according to 1997 guidelines ) ( 2 ) Will these audit show a lower level , if I am using 1997 guidelines compared to 1995 guidelines ?
    Thank you ,
    Thomas Koshy.

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    I am also looking for the 1997 Audit Tool and I can not locate one. Could you send to me as well? I do have the 1995 Audit Tool. My email is


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