That is normal for E codes to be omitted in the corporate methodology. I had the same thought back when working as a â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦ I always heard and still do hear coders in the clinical setting saying there is only one way to code and that is according to the insurance company guidelines which is true to an extent; but if you follow that semi-coding unorthodox trend you will end up coding unethically and breaching the COE.
So try your hardest to code according to the AHA, AMA, CMS guidelines while at the same time making the necessary adjustments to your code sequencing to get paid. Nothing makes me more upset when people abandon there morals in order to get paid;
â€śNo matter what profession a person is inâ€ť
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