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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 99283


Emergency department visit for a sexually active female complaining of vaginal discharge who is afebrile and denies experiencing abdominal or back pain.  

Emergency department visit for a well-appearing 8-year-old who has a fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps; is tolerating oral fluids and is not vomiting. 

Emergency department visit for a patient with an inversion ankle injury, who is unable to bear weight on the injured foot and ankle. 

Emergency department visit for a patient who has a complaint of acute pain associated with a suspected foreign body in the painful eye.  

Emergency department visit for a healthy for a healthy, young adult patient who sustained a blunt head injury with local swelling and bruising without subsequent confusion, loss of consciousness, or memory deficit. 

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