No, not entirely. As it is spelled out, there must be coordination of care (that's not charting), medical decision making (still, not solely charting) and evidence they are appropriate for the patient condition (not really mentioned, but reflected in the MDM, COC and ICD).
Charting is an administrative function and although allowances are made for that on the IP side, the antecedent of all the commentary you mentioned was Couseling and/or COC.
Hope this helps.
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