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Table of Risk and Pregnancy

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    Default Table of Risk and Pregnancy
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    I'm auditing OB charts for a carrier requiring E&Ms for antepartum care. Any guidance as to where a normal pregnancy would fall within the table of risk?
    Jenny Berkshire, CPC, CEMC, CGIC

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    I don't think it does.

    Normal Pregnancy is not a problem/illness, so you really can't count it in the presenting problem category. You would have to go with diagnostics or the management options.

    Just my opinion,

    Laura, CPC, CEMC

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    We use H1000 with the normal pregnancy the V22.0, but most of our clients are medicaid. I only use an E/M code if the client comes in with a problem and use the V22.2 pregnancy state incidental code with the non 6XX.XX code for antepartum visits.
    Barbara Liimatta-CPC

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    Kansas City, MO
    Quote Originally Posted by j.berkshire View Post
    I'm auditing OB charts for a carrier requiring E&Ms for antepartum care. Any guidance as to where a normal pregnancy would fall within the table of risk?
    I have an OBGYN specific Table of Risk that might help you. You can email me at and I can send it to you.
    Angela Jordan, CPC, COBGC, AAPC Fellow
    Senior Managing Consultant
    Medical Revenue Solutions, LLC
    AAPC National Advisory Board - Southwest
    AAPCCA BOD Chair 2012-2013

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    Does anyone have an OB/GYN specific Table of Risk? I am auditing OB/GYN and Perinatology and it would be a very valuable tool to share with the physicians.

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    let me know if you find one, I have been trying to figure this out as well!

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    Seacoast-Dover NH
    Default Table of Risk
    I would like to receive a copy of the table of risk for pregnancy if you would be willing to share-thanks!
    Lori A Bettencourt, CPC, CEDC

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