For the record, I did check on CMS website for guidelines but I believe my supervisor is misinterpreting it.
Per CMS guidelines it notes:
The ROS and/or PFSH may be recorded by ancillary staff or on a form completed by the patient. To document that the physician reviewed the information, there must be a "notation" supplementing or confirm ing the information recorded by others.
So again, if the physician fails to reference ROS statement IN THE ACTUAL EXAM note "then" this document cannot be counted towards ROS points,correct?
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