Time is now a specific parameter to choose the level of E&M and is not just time face-to-face, but represents…

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How does time factor into choosing the correct billing code for evaluation and management (E&M)?

Time is now a specific parameter to choose the level of E&M and is not just time face-to-face, but represents the total provider time spent on the date of service.

In Part 1 we will cover five of the nine specific examples for eligible E & M time.
1. Preparing to see the patient (e.g., review of tests)
2. Obtaining and/or reviewing separately obtained history
3. Performing a medically appropriate examination and/or evaluation
4. Counseling and educating patient / family / caregiver
5. Ordering tests or procedures

The protocols for choosing the proper E&M service will maintain medical decision-making as a method to choose the code.

Billing with incorrect chiropractic CPT codes can lead to claim rejections and delays in payments, which can have a devastating impact on generating revenue and keeping you in business. 

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