Coding Pt I
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Please match each code with what it represents.
- E/M code
- CPT code
- ICD code
The "visit" only.
The "procedure(s)" only.
The diagnosis only.
“New” patients are those who either a) have never been seen or b) have not received “professional services” for at least _________.
A patient who hasn’t been seen in a long time comes in for a visit. Review of her chart shows that it’s been 2 years and 11 months since she was last seen. For today’s visit, she would be considered a _______ patient.
An elderly patient has injured herself and has been returning to the office every day for help in changing her bandage. She only sees the nurse when she comes in. Which E/M code is most appropriate for these visits?
A patient had 20 AKs treated today. Which of the following would be the most appropriate way to bill for this procedure?
A child had 8 warts treated via cryosurgery today. The appropriate billing code for this procedure would be _________.
A patient has had 22 skin tags removed today. Which code(s) would be appropriate for this procedure?
In dermatology, the most common new patient codes billed nationally are __________.
In dermatology, the most common established patient codes billed nationally are __________.
All insurance providers pay for “consults” (99241-99245).