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    Question Attestation statement

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    In a teaching facility, the attestation statement "Patient seen and examined by me, I agree with the residents note"

    Can this statement be preprinted or stamped on a progress note with 3 or more variations of the statement, the physician picks which applies to him write his portion of the note and sign and date?

    If so do you know where I can find this information?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    Try this link, hope it helps


    Laura, CPC

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    Unless I missed something in the reading here, I dont see where it says pre-printed statments are okay---unless that is what #8 is saying?

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    Thanks a bunch. Sounds like it can not be pre-printed.

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    I don't do the auditing for our resident program, my co-worker does and she gave me the link. Per her they interpret this as saying it is ok to have a preprinted statement but they also have room for additional notes if the doctor disagrees with something in the residents note. Best of luck with your own interpretation.

    Laura, CPC

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    I guess this topic is too old because the website is no longer available. I was also looking for information on the question.

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