20 Electronic Emergency Department Medical Records – Treated and Released
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If you are coding these emergency department records, code the diagnosis (es) in ICD-10-CM. Then, in CPT®, code the E&M, as well as any procedures. You are coding on behalf of the hospital.
Thoroughly review each individual medical record by clicking on the patient’s name in BLUE, then, when ready, click on the patient’s name in RED to enter the codes for that patient. You will receive immediate feedback on your coding.
PATIENT NAME ENTER YOUR CODES BY CLICKING ON THE PATIENT’S NAME IN RED
John Doe Click on this link to enter the codes for John Doe