CPT: Evaluation and management codes

Jan 2003 Issue
Coding Better for Better Reimbursement [Feature]

This article discusses the basics of CPT coding for office and hospital visits, giving special attention to the codes family physicians use most (established-patient office visit codes).

Jan 2003 Issue
CPT Coding Update for 2003 [Getting Paid]

Summary of relevant CPT changes for family physicians.

Nov-Dec 2002 Issue
Another Ounce of Prevention [Getting Paid]

A summary of the clinical preventive services Medicare covers and the circumstances under which they're covered as well guidance about how to get paid for them.

Nov-Dec 1999 Issue
Identifying Patterns of Over- and Undercoding [Getting Paid]

The article, part of a series based on research from the Direct Observation of Primary Care Study, will explain the kinds of office visits that family physicians tend to under- and over-code.

Jul-Aug 1999 Issue
A Quick-Reference Card for Identifying Level-4 Visits [Feature]

The article presents a tool developed by the author to help family physicians quickly evaluate whether a patient visit meets the criteria for 99214 visits established in the E/M documentation guidelines.

May 1999 Issue
Should You Modify Your Use of Modifiers? [Coding & Documentation]

This article explains how to use modifiers commonly attached to CPT codes for family physicians' services.

Feb 1999 Issue
CPT Changes for 1999 [Coding & Documentation]

This article describes changes in CPT codes for 1999 in the areas most likely to affect family physicians (e.g., E/M, radiology, lab work, immunizations, and OMT).

Apr 1998 Issue
Coding and Documentation Made Easier [Feature]

The article presents a physician-developed and tested form that makes coding easier and that produces more accurate and consistent results.

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