E/M (Evaluation and management)
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Selecting the right evaluation and management code after a Medicare patient visit can be a challenge.
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Evaluation and management (E/M) services refer to visits furnished by physicians. The purpose of this interactive worksheet is to assist providers with identifying the appropriate E/M code based upon either the 1995 or 1997 E/M documentation guidelines.
Learn how to take advantage of the features of our exclusive E/M interactive worksheet and find the code that best represents the level of evaluation and management services (E/M) furnished during a patient’s visit.
Tips on key components and documentation required when performing different types and levels of evaluation and management (E/M) services.
This is an interactive exercise that will test your evaluation and management coding skills. You will review a scenario and then use the E/M interactive worksheet to assist you with answering questions to test your expertise.
As of July 1, 2017, practitioners in Florida are required to report post-operative evaluation and management (E/M) visits using Current Procedural Terminology® (CPT®) code 99024 if they practice in a group of ten or more practitioners and provide global services under one of the required surgical procedure codes. Find more information in these CMS FAQs.
A new Evaluation and Management Services web-based training course is available through the Medicare Learning Network® (MLN®) learning management system.
This checklist is an aid to assist providers when responding to medical record documentation requests pertaining to evaluation and management services.
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