We are a group of family practice clinics with a shared EMR. A patient came in to one of our clinics to see Dr. A for a UTI. Five days later Dr. B from the same clinic saw the patient in follow-up for the UTI. Iâ€™m trying to code for the follow-up visit with Dr. B. Under â€śNumber of diagnoses or treatment optionsâ€ť, would this be considered a new problem to the examiner because Dr. A and Dr. B are different people (and Dr. B has never seen the patient before) or is it an established problem to the examiner because Drs. A and B are both providers from the same group with the same specialty with a shared medical record?
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