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2. Time is now one mode of billing a patient for care. The following tasks can be counted for the total time performed by the billing provider EXCEPT:
3. A patient comes in for a blood pressure follow-up. Your nurse notes that the patient has seen a cardiologist since the last encounter with you and she takes it upon herself to reach out and get records. This process takes her 16 minutes in additional work to get the patient ready. You can
4. For 2021, the codes that are NOT allowed to be billed based on time include
5. All of the following are TRUE for the new prolonged service add-on time code G2212 for 2021 EXCEPT:
6. Which of the following does not qualify for drug therapy requiring intensive monitoring for toxicity?
7. Caring for an established patient with two chronic stable illnesses managed with prescription medications merits what level of MDM?
8. A longstanding 77 yo former smoker-COPD patient presents to see you due to SOB and worsening cough with purulent sputum production of six days duration. Saturations on RA are 89% with ambulation, 92% at rest (96% baseline). CXR is negative, but given the presentation, you recommend a short stay in the hospital to get “tuned up”. He refuses, but agrees to follow-up with you in the AM or call tonight if things worsen. You agree with the plan and prescribe appropriate medications. Based on the MDM, this would be billed
9. Regarding the DATA component of MDM, true statements about the categories used to delineate the “moderate” and “high” MDM. ALL of the following are correct EXCEPT:
10. An “independent historian” as defined by the 2021 Evaluation and Management Guidelines includes all of the below EXCEPT: