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When do you have "High" MDM in Psych?

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    If it's electronic, have you tried putting it in a zipped file?

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    I will have to see if I can get it scanned

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    I don't know if you were able to post to the website and I hate to ask at such a late date now, but would love to have a copy sent via email if possible. I'm new at Psych billing so would appreciate any tools I can get my hands on. Thanks is advance. leeleevette@aol.com

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    Could you please fax that list to me also? Thanks. 321-953-7504, Att: Trish

  5. Default I got it scanned
    I now have the document scanned. It is too big to attach here. Is there a way to downsize it?

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    I think I got it loaded in a zip file. Thanks so much for sharing it! Let me know if you can't open it and I will try again.

    Thanks again.
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  7. Default thanks for the file! is there a book?
    Thanks so much for sharing the risk table- is there a book that goes along with it? I noticed a page 49...

    Thank you!

    Claire Cieri,CPC,CPMA,CEMC

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1073358 View Post
    I now have the document scanned. It is too big to attach here. Is there a way to downsize it?
    Quote Originally Posted by smdumpert View Post
    I think I got it loaded in a zip file. Thanks so much for sharing it! Let me know if you can't open it and I will try again.

    Thanks again.
    Quote Originally Posted by cwcieri@yahoo.com View Post
    Thanks so much for sharing the risk table- is there a book that goes along with it? I noticed a page 49...

    Thank you!

    Claire Cieri,CPC,CPMA,CEMC
    Did you ever find out what book this came from? I code for a phychiatric group and have been using this risk table but now I have been asked for the reference. Please advise.

    Thank you so very much!
    Chastity Nault, CPC
    HIM Professional Services Coder - Remote

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    Awesome!

    Thanks!

    Lin

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    Hi 1073358,

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