You can go to the CMS website www.cms.gov and download the 1995 and/or 1997 guidelines, depending on which guidelines you are using to do your audits. The guidelines tell you what you can and can't count for each given level. MDM involves risk, amount of data to be reviewed, number of diagnosis and management options so it is a little more involved. I always use 97 guidelines because it gives you more of an objective tool to conduct your audits.
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