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PQRI/Supporting Documentation

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    Medical Coding Books
    Can anyone tell me what the documentation requirement is for the PQRI codes? I am currently doing an audit and the provider is selecting G8427, G8447, and G8553. He is not noting a medication review, and in regards to the other codes, how am I supposed to know if he is E prescribing or if his EHR is certified? Do these codes also follow along with, "if it wasn't documented, it didn't happen"? Any help would be appreciated.

    ~Amy, CPC, CPMA, CEMC~

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    It depends on what you chose to report on. And the ERx insentive to my understanding is different and we use the G8553.

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    You can check to see if an EMR is certified here
    Denise Martin, RHIA, CEDC, CPC

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    Thank you!
    ~Amy, CPC, CPMA, CEMC~

  5. Question Pqrs
    Is anyone currently reporting PQRS for Radiology or Pathology?
    Hidy Borden
    Charleston, SC

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    Quote Originally Posted by bordenh View Post
    Is anyone currently reporting PQRS for Radiology or Pathology?
    Hidy Borden
    Charleston, SC
    I currently report Radiology

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