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  1. #1
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    Medical Coding Books
    Hi all

    Here is a new one: if a physicain uses a stamp that says ">than 50% CCC" and signs next it, would you think this is acceptable? There are information on signature stamp but I can not find one on this one. Any help please


  2. #2
    Milwaukee WI
    Default Would need more info
    How much effort does it take to write ">50% CCC"? You're telling me the doctor is using this so often that s/he feels s/he needs a stamp?

    On the other hand ... with EMR ... you could have a macro that would insert this phrase with just a click.

    This doesn't "feel" right ... I would need more information.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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