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Thread: When do you have "High" MDM in Psych?

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    Hi, can you please email it to me as well at: Svetlana_Alekseyevets@valleymed.org or fax me at 425-656-4096 attention Lana
    Thank you

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    Greater Orlando

    Default BH MDM Table of Risk?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1073358 View Post
    It could be a combo of things that get you to a high MDM when auditing. I do have a psych specific table of risk if you would like me to fax it to you? The tabe of risk is only 1 of 3 things to look at to determine overal MDM level though.
    Could you please send it to me also?

    coder925@gmail.com or fax: 321-843-3553

    Many thanks.
    Anita Johnson, CPC, CCS, CPMA, CCS-P
    Orlando, FL

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    Could I please have the information also. Here is my efax 1-(541)242-8043

    Thank you so much.


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