Tag Archives | Evaluation and Management

Why Medical Necessity Continues to Be a Top Priority

Medical necessity is an important issue. Just review the definition of medical necessity: “a legal doctrine, related to activities which may be justified as reasonable, necessary, and/or appropriate, based on evidence-based clinical standards of care.” So, what does that really mean? A few years ago, I was preparing to speak at a national conference with […]

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ICD-10 and DSM-5: A Unique Teaching Curriculum

Much has been written about the pro’s and con’s of the ICD-10 delay. To date, CMS has yet to issue the new deadline, or provide guidelines for how organizations are to proceed.

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Urinary Incontinence Evaluation and Management

The evaluation of UI has as its goal confirmation of the diagnosis, identification of any reversible causes, and identification of factors that require further diagnostic or therapeutic interventions

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