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AMA approves E&M documentation changes

The AMA CPT Editorial Panel has approved revised guidelines for new and established office or outpatient visit codes 99202-99215 that woul...

Clinical Examples for 99282


Emergency department visit for a 20-year-old student who presents with a painful sunburn with blister formation on the back.  

Emergency department visit for a child presenting with impetigo localized to the face.  

Emergency department visit for a patient with a minor traumatic injury of an extremity with localized pain, swelling, and bruising.  

Emergency department visit for an otherwise healthy patient whose chief complaint is red, swollen cystic lesion on his/her back.  

Emergency department visit for a patient presenting with a rash on both legs after exposure to poison ivy. 

Emergency department visit for a young adult patient with infected sclera and purulent discharge from both eyes without pain, visual disturbance, or history of foreign body in either eye.  

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