I would think that it would receive credit so long as the documentation includes how this review is part of the medical decision making process.
I encourage our providers to clearly state this in their plan. We review EKGs frequently. So for example "EKG obtained today compared to previous. No significant changes noted, so no changes in cardiac meds and dosages is warranted."
Documentation such as this should receive credit
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