Very possible. If new patient comes in with 2 or more stable chronic conditions, a mild exacerbation of a chronic condition or a new problem and the doctor prescribes a new prescription, a level 3 is pretty easy to justify. If the patient comes in with chronic conditions and the doctor just refills meds that the patient has been taking for a while, this would not justify a level 3 new patient.
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