Diabetes Care Documentation & Coding

Diabetes Care Documentation & Coding

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This essential guide was created for physicians and educators seeking proper reimbursement for the medical care of patients with diabetes. Endocrinologist Jerome S. Fischer, MD, expertly presents the often-complicated documentation decision pathways and explores such effective documentation methods as paper templates, electronic guides, and counter systems. Best of all, this information is provided with a diabetes-care orientation using the ADA's Standards of Medical Care for Patients with Diabetes Mellitus as the framework for assigning levels of service. Plus, this resource covers: Clinical definitions of history, physical exam, and medical decision-making levels with a diabetes orientation Decision pathway documentation for new patients, the chronic but stable, chronic but unstable, and chronic with acute problems Diabetes education, insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitoring sensors, and moreV-codes are found toward the end of the tabular section of ICD-9 (Volume I). ... of metabolic abnormalities in serum or plasma insulin/glucose level ratios, lipids ( triglycerides, LDL cholesterol subtypes and/or HDL cholesterol), uric acid levels, anbsp;...

Title:Diabetes Care Documentation & Coding
Author: Jermone Fischer
Publisher:American Diabetes Association - 2003-06-04

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