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Patient presents to the ER and the physician documents 20 minutes of critical care. Additionally he documents details that support a moderate level of medical decision making. Code the encounter.
A patient is brought into the ED with chest pain. Before the evaluation can be completed, the patient develops and acute stemi. The ED clinician documents 40 minutes of critical care to this patient during this medical emergency in the Ed. What code should the physician report?
A patient is brought into the ED via ambulance after an MVA. They have multiple contusions and lacerations that require closure and is stabilized for immediate emergent surgery for an open radial fracture. The Ed physician documents 47 minutes of critical care time. Code the physicians evaluation service:
A patient is brought into the ED via ambulance after an MVA. They have multiple significant injuries and require CPR for an extended period of time. After providing care for this critically injured patient, the Ed physician documents 137 minutes of critical care time. Code the physicians evaluation service:
A patient involved in an MVA is brought into the ED at 3:30 AM. The patient is immediately identified as critically injured in the unit where the attending physician provides life-saving treatment for 1 hour 25 minutes. Later in the day the patient is stabilized, and this same clinician who attended the patient earlier now performs an evaluation and management service to obtain a patient history and exam before transferring the patient to the medical floor unit. Code the physician’s service(s) for this day: