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PFSH documentation

  1. #1
    Default PFSH documentation
    Medical Coding Books
    Do any of you consider "resides in nursing home" to be social history?

  2. #2
    Milwaukee WI
    Default Yes
    Living arrangements is considered social history.

    F Tessa Barrtels, CPC-E/M

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