The statutes for workers' compensation laws fall under
federal and state compensation laws
The reason for workers' compensation laws is
All of the above
Workers' compensation coverage is elective in the states of
New Jersey and Texas
If a worker has a work-related injury or illness and is unable to perform the duties of his or her occupation for 2 months and then returns to modified work for 1 month before returning to full work, the claim is referred to as a/an
temporary disability claim
When a case is rated for permanent disability and settled, this is called
compromise and release
Final determination involving settlement of an industrial accident is known as
An individualized program of therapy using simulated or real work tasks to build strength and improve the worker's endurance toward a full day's work is known as
Videotapes made of the patient without his or her knowledge to document the extent of the patient's permanent disability are called
sub rosa films
Supplemental reports for patients on temporary disability should be sent to the insurance carrier
after every office visit
Chronic perichondritis of pinna
Burns from pajamas being on fire
Attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity
Biopsy of external ear
Initial nursing facility care, detailed or comprehensive history or examination, straightforward or low-complexity decision making
Established patient, home patient, problem-focused interval history and examination, straightforward medical decision making
A form of self-insurance designed to serve a small manufacturing company is known as _____ insurance
If a workers' occupation takes a person into another state, most compensation laws are ____ and effective outside the state by either specific provisions or court decision.
Rehabilitation in the form of retraining, education, and job guidance and placement to assist an injured individual in finding work is called _____ rehabilitation.
A/an _______ evaluation of the worksite may be performed and modifications may be instituted to lessen the possiblity of future injury.
A physician hired by the insurance company or appointed by the referee or appeals board to examine an injured worker and render an unbiased opinion regarding the degree of disability is referred to as an/an ____ .
A ___ report is sent to the insurance carrier after 2 to 4 weeks of treatment to give information on the current status of the patient.
A broad section of the ICD-9-CM containing codes grouped by the disease or illness is a
The cause of a disorder is its
Codes used to classify environmental causes of disease or injury are called ___ codes.
Codes used to signify a reason for an encounter with a healthcare professional other than illness are ___ codes
The _____ digit is the subcategory.
The abbreviation that is the equivalent of "unspecified" is ____ .
At times, the medical assistant must code a ____ if the physician is not yet sure of the diagnosis.
The ____ status is the condition of the patient
_____ codes are separated and reported separately.
_____ are procedures or treatments named for a person.
Special symbols used to provide additional information about certain codes are called _____ ; seven are used in CPT-4 coding.
______ and management codes are used for physician office visits.
The dollar value of each basic unit value used in anesthesia coding is called the ____ ____ .
A(n) ____ ____ code indicates that addiditional or supplemental procedures carried out in addition to the primary procedure are needed.