tci ED Coding & Reimbursement Alert - 1999 Issue 2

Case Study: Coding for a Patient with Multiple Injuries Without Sufficient Documentation of Procedures

by Caral EdelbergECA Consulting EditorEditors Note: In this issue of ED Coding Alert, we introduce a new feature: the case study. In this and upcoming issues, we will take a typical patient chart or specific coding dilemma and guide readers through a step-by-step decision-making process to arrive at a solution. If you have a case study you would like to submit for consideration, please fax to 800/508-2592.No matter how many coding guides, supplements and resources you collect, it seems there are always coding dilemmas that just wont fit neatly into the scenarios described in CPT or presented in...

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