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Medical Coding Chapter 10

Med Coding CH 10
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Office
Where is the place of service?
office visit or other outpatient service
What is the type of service?
New
What is the patient status?
99201
What is the first code number listed under the subheading New Patient?
5
Each code represents a different level of service. How many codes are listed under Office or Other Outpatient Services for a new patient?
5
How many codes are listed for the established patient in the Office or Other Outpatient Services category?
exceed, three
The above categories/subcategories must meet or ________________ of three key components.
True
Some history elements may be documented by ancillary staff or the patient.True or False?
Problem focused, expanded problem focused, detailed, and comprehensive
Levels of history required in documentation of the Chief Complaint (CC)?
lowest level
When selecting a history level, the choice goes to the __________.
majority
When selecting an MDM level, the choice is the _____________.
Yes
Could a physician assign 99211 to report a patient encounter?
outpatient
Are observation codes 99218-99220 reported for inpatient or outpatient services?
time
What is the one criterion for selecting a hospital discharge day management code?
30 minutes or less, more than 30 minutes
What are the times indicated for each of the Hospital Discharge Services codes?
written or verbal request
Criteria required to report a consultation include: ___________ from the attending to the consultant to see the patient.
report
Evaluation of the patient by the consultant _________ back to the attending of the findings and recommendations of the consultant.
None
What are the times associated with codes 99281-99285?
99285
If a patient presents to the emergency dept. in a clinically life-threatening state that prevents the physician from performing a complete history or physical examination, what is the code?
self-limited or minor
The severity of the presenting problem for Code 99281 would usually be?
high
The severity of the presenting problem for Code 99284 would usually be?
moderate
The severity of the presenting problem for Code 99283 would usually be?
low to moderate
The severity of the presenting problem for Code 99282 would usually be?
notes preceding
There are many rules that govern the calculation of time when determing the codes in the Prolonged Services codes. Where are they located?
written request
To report standby services, there must be a _____________ for standby services in the medical record.
30 minutes or more
What is the time component specified in the Medical Team Conference codes from the Case Management Services subsection?
age
According to the notes in the Preventive Medicine Services subsection, the extent and focus of the services provided, whether to a new or established patient, will depend largely upon what factor?
body area
Is examination of the back an organ system or body area examination?
four types of patient status
New, Established, Inpatient, and Outpatient.
initial, subsequent
The first outpatient visit is called the ________ visit, and the second visit is called the ________ visit.
status, type of service, and place of service
The first three factors a coder must consider when coding a patient are?
four
How many types of histories are there?
expanded problem focused
Which history is more complex: the problem focused history or the expanded problem focused history?
problem focused, expanded problem focused, detailed, and comprehensive
What are the 4 types of examinations, in order of difficulty (least to most difficult)?
problem focused
The examination that is limited to the affected body area is?
Very Low Birth Weight
What does VLBW stand for?
straightforward
What medical decision making involves a situation in which the diagnosis and management options are minimal, data amount and complexity and must be reviewed are minimal/none, and there is a minimal risk to the patient of complications or death?
inpatient
What term is used to describe a patient who has been formally admitted to a hospital?
consultation
Advice or opinion from one physician to another physician.
admission
Attention to an acute illness or injury that results in hospitalization.
office visit
A face-to-face encounter in an office between the physician and patient
newborn care
Evaluation and determination of care for a newborn infant
established patient
One who has received services from the physician or another physician in the same group within the last 3 years
inpatient
One who has been formally admitted to an acute health care facility
new patient
One who has not received services from the physician or another physician in the same group within the last 3 years
outpatient
One who has not been formally admitted to a health care facility
high, moderate, low, and straightforward
Four types of medical decision making, in order of complexity from most to least complex.
elements
Complexity of medical decision making is based on three _______.
contributory
Counseling and coordination of care are what kind of factors in most cases?
face-to-face or direct
Time that is used as a guide for outpatient services is what kind of time?
unit/floor
Inpatient time spent at the bedside or nursing station during or after the visit is what kind of time?
medical record
The patient's __________ will reflect the number of systems examined by a brief statement of the findings.
counseling
A discussion w/a patient and/or family concerning 1 or more of the following areas: diagnostic result, impressions, and/or recommended diagnostic studies; prognosis; risks & benefits of treatment; instructions for treatment; importance of compliance w/treatment; risk factor reduction; and patient and family education is?
subjective
The history is the _______ information the patient tells the physician.
emergency
There is no distinction made between the new and established patients in this service department of a hospital:
consultation, attending
Those services rendered by a physician whose opinion or advice is requested by another physician or agency in the evaluation and/or treatment of a patient is a(n) _________, whereas the physician who has primary responsibility for the patient in the hospital is called ________.
critical care
When critically ill patients in medical emergencies require the constant attendance of the physician (e.g., cardiac arrest, shock, bleeding, and respiratory failure) to stabilize them, what kind of care is needed?
concurrent
When care is provided for similar services (e.g., hospital visits) to the same patient by more than one physician on the same day for different conditions, the care is?
transfer of care
What is the name for the assumption of the total or specific care of a patient from one physician to another that does not constitute a consultation?
review of systems
An inventory of body systems obtained through questioning to identify signs and/or symptoms that the patient may be experiencing is a(n)?