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Benefits from having “advance planning” in place for end of life care include
The education session mentions having a “PIMP” session with patients with ACP discussions. Which of the following is NOT part of that roadmap?
This is a signed legal document authorizing another person to make medical decisions on a patient’s behalf in the event the patient loses decisional capacity
This document is used to summarize the patient’s preference for future medical care. This usually outlines a wish to withhold “heroic measures”. These can vary state by state as with any legal document
A document that states the condition and provides medical orders in line with the patient’s wishes in case of medical emergency (like CPR preference, assisted nutrition, medical intervention, etc.) is called a
A “Do Not Resuscitate” (DNR) status is in place for a patient. That means that
Which of the following is FALSE with respect to Advance Care Planning?
Which of the following is TRUE with respect to Advance Care Planning?
You do a 99213 encounter and spend an additional 11 minutes discussing end of life issues with the patient. She wishes to go home and call you to make sure her daughter is on board with her wishes. That occurs over lunch today for an additional 14 minutes. You can optimally bill (assuming documentation supports)
The same encounter above occurs, but you also spend an additional 20 minutes reviewing the ADs on the chart and filling out the POLST form after the discussion with the family earlier that day. The billing now can be