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Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 13:16:00 in Cardiology
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts?


thanks
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Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 14:08:00
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 13:27:00
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 12:52:00
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 11:48:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 11:36:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 11:14:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 11:09:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 10:56:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 10:32:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 10:26:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 10:11:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 08:51:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 08:48:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 08:43:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 08:36:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 08:26:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 07:52:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 05:07:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 05:05:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 05:02:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 04:46:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 04:45:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 04:39:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 04:38:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 04:21:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 04:06:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 04:01:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 03:52:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 03:37:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 03:32:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 03:20:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 03:05:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 03:00:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 02:46:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 02:31:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 02:26:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 02:12:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 01:57:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 01:52:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 01:38:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 01:23:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 01:18:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 01:02:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 00:47:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 00:42:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 00:24:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-07-2006, 00:09:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-07-2006, 00:02:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 23:45:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 23:34:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 23:28:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 23:07:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 22:52:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 22:47:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 22:29:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 22:10:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 22:04:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 21:46:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 21:18:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 21:09:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 20:48:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 20:20:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 20:14:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 19:55:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 19:22:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 19:15:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 19:05:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 18:14:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 18:03:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 17:55:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 16:45:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 16:42:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:39:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:35:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 16:32:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:25:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:15:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 16:13:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:11:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 16:05:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 16:02:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:56:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:46:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 15:38:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:30:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:21:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 15:17:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:13:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:09:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 15:06:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:04:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 15:01:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 14:58:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 14:56:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 14:52:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 14:49:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 14:47:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 14:43:00
Posted By kimberly on 04-06-2006, 14:41:00
one of our doctors recently showed me an e-mail he received from a cardiologist that said in regards to coding subsequent visit in-patient codes (99231-99233), you can always code to the highest level when your dx includes multiple co-morbidities and any dx such as chf, acute mi, unstable angina....etc.... ???? any thoughts

thanks
Posted By Deena on 04-06-2006, 14:38:00
You still need to follow coding protocal . . . . You must have a chief
complaint and two of three key components depending on level of service
. . . . . . .
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