tci E/M Coding Alert - 2019 Issue 2

Specialty Spotlight: Get Answers to Your ED E/M Questions with This FAQ

 Throw out these two rules, but apply the one that really matters. You may think you know E/M coding rules, but when you’re coding in an emergency department (ED) setting, you’d better be prepared to leave a bunch of them at the door. That’s because issues of time and patient status, for example, don’t really apply in an ED setting, as the answers to the first two questions in this FAQ will show. But there’s one major E/M component that doesn’t change no matter where the encounter occurs. Can you guess what...

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