That is true. The facility E&M is based on the facilities resources that were consumed during the encounter and not based on the content in the physicians exam. The facility has their own set of guidelines that they get to create that determines the level of their encounter. Generally they use the nursing and ancillary personnel documentation to arrive at an E&M, the physician notes are use for any procedures ordered to verify that they were performed.
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