I found this. I code them in our Emergency Department. Hope this helps!
An ECG with interpretation must have the full graphic tracings with formal written interpretation on file for review. The interpretation should appear on the designated sections of a page formatted ECG or written in the clinical records. At a minimum, interpretations should include appropriate comments on rhythm, rate, axis, acute or chronic changes, and a comparison with the most recent tracing (if available). Appropriate measurements must be mentioned if the purpose of repeated ECGs is to monitor the effects of a given parameter, e.g., the QT interval. ECGs that are electronically read must be over-read, corrected and signed.
A physician's order must be documented in the medical record requesting ECG performance.
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