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MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING: Content of Service

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Kate Gabriel-Jones

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of MEDICAL DECISION-MAKING: Content of Service

ESTABLISHED
PROBLEM-STABLE
or IMPROVING
Presenting problem that is not known to the physician (New) that DOES require diagnostic workup.
Presenting problem that is not familiar to the performing physician, and that does not require diagnostic
workup.
ESTABLISHED
PROBLEM
-WORSENING
Presenting problem that is known to the physician (established) and worsening.
Presenting problem that is known to the physician (established) and stable or improving.
and/or
MEDICAL
DECISION
MAKING

NEW
PROBLEM with WORKUP
NEW
PROBLEM
without WORKUP
MINIMAL
HIGH
...the condition, disease, illness, injury, complaint or other medical reason for which the patient has presented to the healthcare facility for the E/M service.
...specific tests used to determine the internal function, status, structures, and/or
pathology occurring within
the patient.
Management Options Selected
MODERATE
of COMPLICATION,
Review of Diagnostic Test Results
and/or
Independent Visualization of Image, Tracing, or Scan
Ordering Diagnostic Data
Obtain Old Records
Obtain Additional History
Discussion
of Diagnostic Results with Physician
who Performed Diagnostic
Test
AMOUNT of DATA to be REVIEWED
COMPLEXITY of DATA to be REVIEWED
MINIMAL
MINIMAL
LOW
LOW
MODERATE
MODERATE
HIGH
HIGH
LOW
Presenting Problem...
Diagnostic
Procedures Ordered
MANAGEMENT OPTIONS
NUMBER
of DIAGNOSES
LEVEL of RISK
CO-MORBIDITY
or MORTALITY
...documentation of any existing or initiated method of treatment, care, or management of the presenting problem.
All material taken from
MEDICAL CODING EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT,
Kate Gabriel-Jones; Larry A. Bohn, Pearson 2014
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