Now, I'm not positive but I would venture a guess of no way. I'm not even sure that the documentation that your teaching physician is doing is appropriate. I am taking some E&M courses right now and they state that the teaching physician has to provide the exam and make his own determinations. I think that he can state that he agrees with the student but he must still perform his own evaluations independant of the student. It doesn't mention a stamp for that use anywhere and I seriously doubt that they would allow it, but I could definitely be wrong.
As I said, I am not completely sure about all of this but below I put the web address of a copy of the MLN matters for teachings physicians and documentation guidelines. Read it and maybe it covers these questions. Just my opinion, and I hope it helps
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