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E&M Services Part I: Documenting History and Examination

E&M Services Part I: Documenting History and Examination

Evaluation and Management (E/M) services have triggered an investigation by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Department of Health and Human Services. And that means E/M is on the OIG radar screen, making you and your facility a possible target for inappropriate coding and documentation of E/M services.

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Price: $199.00

Product Code: REM117

Description Biographies Continuing Education

In the first session of this four-part webcast series, you'll discover common issues within the provider's documentation for the history and examination portions of E/M services. You'll also learn about documentation issues that CMS has clarified. Most importantly, you'll understand clearly what CMS now considers to be "appropriate" documentation. You'll benefit from actual examples of appropriate and inappropriate documentation. And the red flag issue of medical necessity as it relates to E/M services will also be analyzed.

Learning Objectives:

From this valuable educational session, you will...

  • Learn how to appropriately document the history and examination
  • Come to understand the common "errors" in documentation
  • Learn how auditors determine if documentation is "allowable"
  • Gain an understanding of the 1995 and 1997 Documentation Guidelines for history and examination

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