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fpm20120700p17.pdf

...One of my most difficult patients was an African-American retired nurse in her 70s who previously had a major stroke with residual left sided hemiplegia and was wheelchair-bound. She had a long list of medical problems that included poorly controlled Type 2 diabetes mellitus,...

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fpm20130100p6.pdf

...that sickle cell disease causes but also are at risk of developing other, more common chronic diseases, such as hypertension, heart disease, stroke, renal disease, and cancer. As many of these patients receive their care only from specialized centers, they aren’t consistently...

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fpm20140900p32.pdf

...app lets busy clinicians quickly calculate a patient’s 10-year and lifetime risk of CV events (including periph- eral artery disease and stroke) and, if recommended, determine the intensity of prescribed statin. Authoritativeness/accuracy/currency of information: CV risk...

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fpm20160500p23.pdf

...such as health care services, medications, and missed work. Seven to eight out of every 10 people have their first heart attack or stroke or develop congestive heart failure because of uncontrolled blood pressure.1 It is clear that blood pressure control is essential to preventing...

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fpm20160500p4.pdf

...old patient goes to his family doctor requesting a screening carotid Doppler ultrasound because a friend of his recently had a stroke. Dr. A spends a great deal of time explaining why this isn’t a good screening test for the patient. The patient isn’t convinced. He goes to Dr. B who...

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fpm20161100p25.pdf

...care physician four times. He has not had an annual wellness visit this year or last, and was admitted to a hospital earlier this year for a stroke and discharged to a skilled nursing facility. RJ remains attributed to his former practice because attribution to an existing...

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fpm20161100p17.pdf

...National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) score R29.700-R29.742) Eye Amblyopia suspect: right eye H53.041, left eye H53.042, bilateral H53.043 Gastrointestinal Chronic idiopathic constipation K59.04 Constipation, drug induced K59.03 Integumentary...

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Is Your Diagnosis Coding Ready for Risk Adjustment

...I-- Monoplegia and hemiplegia that are late effects of stroke G-- Quadriplegia and paraplegia BMI = body mass index For Sale 11,178 SF Owner/User Medical Building PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • Sale Price: $2,495,000 • 11,178 SF • Owner/User Suite: 8,346 SF • Strong Littleton...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2018/0300/fpm20180300p21.pdf

Diagnosis Coding for Value-Based Payment: A Quick Reference Tool

...Ischemic stroke Varies 100 0.265 ICD-10 - HCC CODING REFERENCE 3 of 3 Cardiac disease Angina I20.9 88 0.140 Coronary artery disease with angina I25.119 88 0.140 Unstable angina I20.0 87 0.218 Acute myocardial infarction I21.3 86 0.233 Pulmonary hypertension I27.2...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2018/0300/fpm20180300p26.pdf

Quality Measures: How to Get Them Right

...Why it’s good: Cessation of tobacco use is associated with decreased risk for heart disease, stroke, and lung disease - all outcomes that clearly matter to patients, and net benefit has been clearly established.1 The resource requirements for screening, intervening, and reporting...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2018/0700/fpm20180700p23.pdf

Transitioning to Direct Primary Care

...PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS Once you have the broad strokes of your practice designed, you will be able to get into more granular decisions. Staffing. Your budget, panel size, and suite of services should drive how much support staff you hire. I started my prac- tice with one staff...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2020/0700/fpm20200700p29.pdf

fpm20201100p13.pdf

...deaths caused by secondhand smoke.1 There are many benefits from tobacco cessation, including decrease in mortality from heart disease and stroke; decrease in the risk of cancer in multiple organ systems; decrease in the loss of lung function; decrease in the risk of chronic...

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ICD-9 Codes for Family Medicine 2011-2012: The FPM Short List

...Rheumatic heart disease, unspec. 427.81 Sick sinus syndrome 427.0 Tachycardia, paroxysmal SVT 451.9 Thrombophlebitis, unspec. 435.9 Transient ischemic attack, unspec. 454.9 Varicose veins, asymptomatic 459.81 Venous insufficiency, unspec. VIII. Respiratory System 493.81 Asthma,...

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