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5 Matching questions

  1. established patient
  2. indented codes
  3. HCPCS (healthcare common procedure coding system
  4. preferred provider plan
  5. hypertension table
  1. a a collection of codes for procedures, supplies, products, and services that may be provided to medicare and medicaid beneficiaries and also to those enrolled in private health insurance programs
  2. b found in the index and contains a list of conditions that are due to or associated with hypertension
  3. c the type of plan a patient may have where they can see providers outside their plan
  4. d listed under associated stand alone codes
  5. e someone who has received medical services with in the last 3 yrs from the physician or another physician of the same specialty who belongs to the same group practice

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. professional component
  2. number assigned to all health care providers by Medicare program
  3. submission, processing, adjudication, payment
  4. staged or related procedure or service by the same physician during the postoperative period
  5. e&m, anesthesia, surgery, radiology, pathology & lab., medicine, category II codes and category III codes

5 True/False questions

  1. category I codesrepresent services and procedures widely used by many health care professionals in clinical practice in multiple locations and have been approved by the FDA

          

  2. tricare is the new champusa regionally managed healthcare program for active duty and retired members of the armed forces, their families, and survivors.

          

  3. secondary malignancythe original cancer site. malignant tumors are considered primary unless documented as secondary or metastatic

          

  4. fiscal intermediaryterms indented 2 spaces to the right below the main term; are also essential modifiers

          

  5. unspecified naturea neoplasm is identified; however, no nature of the tumor is documented in the diagnosis or medical record