Absolutely, I'd bill it a 99214. Here's why...
On quick audit, I credit:
(1 cc reviewed, minimal HPI--more past history), 3 ROS (CV-chest pain, Resp-"shortness of air" taken from exam, but are ROS items, GU), Past history (meds, operations, hospitalizations)
Comprehensive Exam (95 DGs)
(8+ BA/OS: head, eyes, ENMT (HEENT), constitutional (vitals), CV, Resp, GI, skin, psych (alert, oriented X3)
MDM of moderate decision making
(3-4 established dx--per assessment--number of diags/treatment options, review of labs, and two or more stable, chronic illnesses per the table of risk)
2 out of three makes this a 99214
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