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...in one or more organ system(s) or body area(s). Consider this example: You see a 55-year-old man who has returned for follow-up of his hypertension. His only complaint is a scratchy throat that he’s had for the past several days. Your observations are noted as follows: BP 126/86,...

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Quanitifying the Risk of Complications, Morbidity and Mortality

...One stable chronic illness (e.g., well-controlled hypertension or non-insulin-dependent diabetes, cataract, BPH) Acute uncomplicated illness or injury (e.g., cystitis, allergic rhinitis, simple sprain) Physiologic tests not under stress (e.g., pulmonary function tests)...

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Is Your Medicare Payer Playing by the Rules?

...actually prevent the status of one to two chronic conditions from counting as a brief HPI. For example, if you state that the patient has hypertension that is well controlled with current medications, you have docu- mented a brief HPI in compliance with either definition - noting...

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fpm20110500p27.pdf

...which incorporate multiple chronic diseases on a single template. For example, one template covers diabetes, coronary artery disease and hypertension since these conditions often coexist and the recom- mendations overlap. These templates also cover goal setting and action plans and...

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fpm20110500p21.pdf

...arcus is a middle-aged patient with hypertension, diabetes and hyperlip- idemia who came to see me (CF) for a routine check-up. All of his numbers were getting worse, and as I began to describe this to him, he started to cry. I had just received training in something called...

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fpm20110700p10.pdf

...He orders a fasting glucose test to screen for diabetes since Mr. Smith qualifies for this Medicare ben- efit based on his weight and hypertension. Mr. Smith indicates understanding of the prevention plan and other materials provided during the visit, so Dr. Williams thanks him...

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Nursing Home Documentation Form

...PMH: l HTN l HLP l CAD l DM l CHF l COPD l CVA l Dementia _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ ________...

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fpm20120300p19.pdf

...PMH: HTN | HLP | CAD | DM | CHF | COPD | CVA | Dementia COGNITION: MOOD: (depression, anx, behav) SENSORY: (vision, hearing) FALLS / GAIT: NUTRITION: EXERCISE: ROS / GERIATRIC SYNDROMES FUNCTION (activities of daily living) I = Independent S = With...

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fpm20120700p17.pdf

...She had a long list of medical problems that included poorly controlled Type 2 diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and generalized anxiety disor- der. She insisted on living at home and having her daughter care for her, and we were bat- tling...

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fpm20120700p27.pdf

...Base code (category) I10 Essential (primary) hypertension Building a five-character code Base code (category) Four characters Five characters E11 E11.4 E11.42 Type 2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes with neurological complications Type 2 diabetes with...

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fpm20130100p6.pdf

...the chronic organ damage 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,...

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fpm20130300p25.pdf

...the impatient patient.6 (See page 27.) This concept was highlighted for me (Dr. Brown) during my care of a patient with diabetes and hypertension who had been pre- scribed four daily insulin injections along with several other drugs. She listened attentively to my passionate...

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fpm20130500p24.pdf

...conditions as well, such as endo- metriosis, heart failure, asthma, chronic pain, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, heart- burn, hypertension, blood glucose disorders, breast feeding disorders, and menstrual disorders. Challenges When using symptom diaries with patients,...

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fpm20130500p40.pdf

...the level of adherence.18,19 Health coaching focuses a great deal of energy on medication adherence because medications for diabetes, hypertension, EDITORIAL SUPPLEMENT Registered nurses, pharmacists, health educators, trained medical assistants, or even other patients...

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Ambulatory Patient Checklist for MAs

... Hypertension  Preventive care  Diabetes  Vital signs  Patient education sheets identified and linked  Recheck blood pressure if elevated (>129/84)  Patient assessed for gown  Expectation management  Doctor notified Check-out  Referrals and...

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fpm20130900p12-rt1.pdf

...change coun- seling, while pharmacists can titrate medications and serve as the main caregiver for patients with uncomplicated diabetes, hypertension, and cholesterol. Physical therapists see all HOME 9 10 patients with musculoskeletal problems including low back pain and...

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fpm20130900p12.pdf

...change coun- seling, while pharmacists can titrate medications and serve as the main caregiver for patients with uncomplicated diabetes, hypertension, and cholesterol. Physical therapists see all HOME 9 10 patients with musculoskeletal problems including low back pain and...

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Documenting Diabetes Mellitus Under ICD-10

...to remember to code all additional diagno- ses. As family physicians, we know that our patients who have diabetes often also have hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and obesity and may use tobacco products. Each of these additional issues requires separate coding. These additional...

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fpm20131100p22.pdf

...to remember to code all additional diag- noses. As family physicians, we know that our patients who have diabetes often also have hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and obesity and may use tobacco products. Each of these additional issues requires separate coding. These additional...

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fpm20140100p9.pdf

...with the correct fifth digit. In ICD-10, chronic heart failure has a list of code first conditions, includ- ing heart failure due to hypertension and heart failure due to hyperten- sion with chronic kidney disease. ICD-10 also includes instructions to use addi- tional codes in...

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fpm20140300oa1.pdf

...is a key piece of the PCMH model. Terry Reilly has six care coordinators who monitor daily patient registries for diabe- tes, hypertension, childhood immunizations, obstetrical care, anti-coagulation therapy, and other key areas, looking for patients who haven’t visited recently to...

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Preventive Screening Code Crosswalk

...V81.1 Screening hypertension V81.2 Screening other and unspecified cardio- vascular conditions Z13.6 Encounter for screening for cardiovascular disorders Colorectal cancer screening V76.51 Screening malignant neoplasm colon Z12.11 Encounter for screening for malignant...

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fpm20140900p5.pdf

...In the article by Dr. Jennifer Brull, Controlling Hypertension: Focusing on ‘Why’ Makes ‘How’ a Lot Easier (page 23), we are reminded how a basic qual- ity improvement approach can boost care quality. Pick a metric that needs improving, get your team together, decide on a change,...

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fpm20140900p8.pdf

...and disease understanding among their many disadvan- taged patients with hypertension. To address this, the clinic had its medical assistants use standard scripts to educate low-achieving patients during their visits. Within a year, more than 80 percent of these patients reported...

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fpm20150700p28.pdf

...The last patient of the day is an 85-year-old woman with mild hypertension and osteoarthritis. She lives inde- pendently in a retirement community, adheres faithfully to a low-salt diet, and remains physically active, going on 30-minute walks several times a week with friends. Her...

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fpm20151100p10.pdf

...few months ago the focus was improving patient access, last month it was improving colon cancer screening rates, and now it is improving hypertension control. On top of this, it’s time to start working on the next meaningful use stage. You are feeling overwhelmed. What can be...

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Selected Generic Antihypertensive Medications

...• DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet - low in fat and high in fruit, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products, • Sodium restriction of 2.4 grams daily or fewer, • Weight reduction if body mass index is 25 kg/m2 or higher, • Exercise of at least 30 minutes...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2016/0500/fpm20160500p23-rt2.pdf

fpm20160700p9.pdf

...pressure in adults age 18 years and older; and intensive behavioral counseling to promote a healthy diet for adults with hyperlipidemia, hypertension, advancing age, and other known risk factors for cardiovas- cular and diet-related chronic disease. Counseling is cov- ered once...

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fpm20160900p52.pdf

...Instead of saying, This will treat your hypertension, say, Let’s try this for your high blood pressure. 2. Don’t judge. Instead of saying, Why aren’t you taking your metformin? say, I’m curious to know what happens when you take your metformin. 3. Be aware of costs. Most...

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fpm20170500p12.pdf

...ers. However, risky alcohol use can lead to motor vehicle crashes, arrest, intimate partner violence, and medical prob- lems including hypertension, gastritis, liver disease, and cancer.3 Moreover, if a woman drinks while pregnant, the child may be born with a fetal alcohol spectrum...

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fpm20170700p33-rt1.pdf

...help manage your performance on quality measures in MIPS, as well. Many quality measures relate to chronic conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, major depressive disorder, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), and heart failure. The following example allows for...

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fpm20170900p12.pdf

...groundwork for making a dif- ference in your patients’ lives. When you see Mrs. Jones, whom you have treated for hyperlipidemia and hypertension for the past five years, take a moment to realize that, if not for your treatment, she might have had a stroke or a heart attack. When you...

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fpm20170900p28.pdf

...can use remote monitoring to track patient weight for congestive heart failure, fast- ing glucose for diabetes, blood pressure for hypertension, and oxygen saturation for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Data can be incorporated directly into the patient portal and EHR...

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A Team-Based Care Model that Improves Job Satisfaction

...Hypertension control Median time to new appointment New patient appts made in two business days New patient appointments 10 | FPM | March/April 2018 www.aafp.org/fpm support the model. A local market disrup- tor began offering significantly higher MA wages, we were not...

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Deprescribing Unnecessary Medications: A Four-Part Process

...painful diabetic neuropathy of bilateral lower extremities, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stable coronary artery disease, and hypertension. She has seen a cardiologist, pulmonologist, and neurologist for additional care. At today’s visit with you, her family physician, she...

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Quality Measures: How to Get Them Right

...to influence an outcome, especially when results primarily reflect the patient’s socioeconomic status. For example, if patients with hypertension can- not afford their prescriptions or patients with diabetes cannot access healthy food options, their physicians cannot easily or...

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

Cognitive Impairment Visit Template

...Hypertension: l Yes l No History of head injury with loss of consciousness: l Yes l No Sleep quality: l Yes l No Alcohol intake: l Yes l No Vision impairment: l Yes l No Hearing impairment: l Yes l No Depression: l Yes l No Historical Data Allergies:...

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Tools for Better Dementia Care

...there’s nothing that can be done and stick with what they know: focusing on the patients’ co-morbid conditions, such as high cholesterol, hypertension, and diabetes. For the patients and their caregivers, however, it is dementia’s cognitive, functional, and behavioral losses that...

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Skin Deep: How to Properly Code for Biopsies and Lesion Removal

...Finally, remember to submit a wound repair code if allowed by CPT and, if you addressed an issue in addition to the skin procedures (hypertension, for example), include the appropriate E/M office visit code with modifier 25, Significant, separately identifiable evaluation and...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2019/0300/fpm20190300p15.pdf

How to Use Group Visits to Manage Obesity

...to submit diagno- sis codes for any conditions that are exac- erbated by overweight and obesity, such as diabetes, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease, osteoarthritis, or obstructive sleep apnea.4 If the group visit includes services led by a...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2019/0900/fpm20190900p20.pdf

Improving the Waiting Room Experience

...the live workshop and corresponding activities to help improve care among your patient panel with cardiometabolic conditions: diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia. And meet all your Performance Improvement and KSA requirements. STEP 1: Assess your practice (course prep)....

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Creating Intentional Professional Connections to Reduce Loneliness, Isolation, and Burnout

...and correspond with worse outcomes for chronic physical health conditions (such as hypertension, heart disease, and diabetes) as well as mental health conditions, includ- ing depression, dementia, and suicide.6 At work, loneliness decreases performance, limits creativity, and...

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https://www.aafp.org/fpm/2020/0900/fpm20200900p20.pdf

Building an Outdoor Urgent Care Clinic During a Pandemic: One Clinic’s Experience

...tremen- dously. As expected, our billable diagno- ses changed significantly over this time period. Our top four diagnoses pre-COVID were hypertension, low-back pain, annual physicals, and hyperlipidemia. During the initial six weeks of our outdoor urgent care clinic, the top four...

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From the Editor: Racism in Health Care: Creating a More Equitable Health Care Experience

...contract the disease.1 And we have long known about racial dis- parities in outcomes of chronic medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.2 We also have evidence that people of color are treated differently by medical pro- fessionals. For example, one study looked at...

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Coding Level 4 Office Visits Using the New E/M Guidelines

...• Two stable chronic illnesses (e.g., con- trolled hypertension, diabetes, chronic kid- ney disease, or heart disease), • One acute illness with systemic symp- toms (e.g., pyelonephritis or pneumonia), • One acute complicated injury (e.g., concussion), • One new problem...

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Opinion: E/M Changes for 2021: The Beginning, Not the End

...address a condition pertaining to that medication during the visit, it doesn’t count. On the other hand, if you did, for example, address hypertension and determine at the visit that no changes should be made to the medica- tion dosing or no refill was necessary, then you still...

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Opinion: Now More Than Ever, Mental Health Care Needs Family Medicine

...disorder com- pared to individuals without one.10 Patients with depression have a 40% greater risk of developing car- diac disease, hypertension, stroke, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, or obesity than the general popula- tion.10 Additionally, most top-tier evidence identifies...

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fpm20120300p34.pdf

...Once daily Hypertension Elavil (amitriptyline) 25 mg Once daily at bedtime Leg pain Downloaded from the Family Practice Management Web site at www.aafp.org/fpm. Copyright © 2012 American Academy of Family Physicians. For the private, noncommercial use of one individual...

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fpm20150100p32.pdf

...Q A nurse practitioner in our practice pro-vided a follow-up visit for hypertension. The encounter met all the requirements for billing inci- dent to the physician, except that the patient also presented with a new complaint, for which an antibi- otic was prescribed. How should this...

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fpm20150300p30.pdf

...Q Reviewing a patient’s medications is required during a Medicare annual wellness visit (AWV) but assessing chronic conditions such as hypertension and hyperlipidemia is not, even though these tasks are inter-related. Is the latter separately billable when performed in the context...

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