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Medical Coding Quiz

Evaluation and Management 3 - True or False  

Objective: answer 7 out of 10 questions correctly. Click on Refresh or Reload to start Over. JavaScript required!

1. The general multi-specialty comprehensive Exam requires 15 or more items.

True
False

2. An Expanded Problem-Focused General Multi-specialty Exam requires 6 to 11 items.

True
False

3. The History component of E/M contains 1) Chief Complaint 2) History of present Illness 3) Review of Systems, and 4) Past, family and/or social history (PFSH).

True
False

4. In the CPT™ manual, the levels of Medical Decision Making are 1) Straightforward, 2) Low, 3) Moderate and 4) High.

True
False

5. If a patient has four or more chronic illness, but they are stable, then that disqualifies them as a factor in determining the level of medical decision making.

True
False

6. According to the CPT™ manual, checkmarks or a notation indicating "normal" are not sufficient documentation in the medical record.

True
False

7. Constitutional items include: sitting blood pressure, temperature, weight and height.

True
False

8. It is highly recommended to always review at least five body systems and perform an exam of at least 18 items on every patient - just in case of an audit.

True
False

9. Coordination of Care, the Nature of the Presenting Problem and Time are considered Key E & M Components.

True
False

10. Codes 99455 and 99456 are appropriate for medical disability examinations.

True
False

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