Physician Practice

Kick the undercoding habit

Physician Practice Perspective, March 4, 2004

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If physicians at your practice routinely undercode the evaluation and management (E/M) level of service for patients, not only are you losing revenue, you could have a Medicare audit in your future, says Judy Richardson, MSA, RN, CCS-P, senior consultant with Hill and Associates in Wilmington, NC.

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