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For questions 1-13, refer to Susy Wells

1. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
2. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
3. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
4. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
5. The overall level of the exam documented is:
6. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
7. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
8. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
9. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
10. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
11. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
12. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
13. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 14-26, refer to Tonya Martin

14. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
15. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
16. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
17. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
18. The overall level of the exam documented is:
19. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
20. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
21. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
22. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
23. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
24. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
25. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
26. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 27-39, refer to Glen House

27. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
28. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
29. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
30. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
31. The overall level of the exam documented is:
32. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
33. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
34. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
35. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
36. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
37. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
38. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
39. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 40-52, refer to Peter McKay

40. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
41. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
42. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
43. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
44. The overall level of the exam documented is:
45. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
46. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
47. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
48. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
49. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
50. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
51. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
52. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 53-65, refer to Arthur Brown

53. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
54. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
55. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
56. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
57. The overall level of the exam documented is:
58. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
59. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
60. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
61. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
62. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
63. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
64. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
65. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 66-78, refer to Molly Robbins

66. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
67. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
68. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
69. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
70. The overall level of the exam documented is:
71. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
72. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
73. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
74. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
75. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
76. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
77. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
78. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 79-91, refer to Lauren Gaines

79. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
80. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
81. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
82. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
83. The overall level of the exam documented is:
84. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
85. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
86. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
87. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
88. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
89. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
90. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
91. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 92-104, refer to Connie Snyder

92. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
93. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
94. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
95. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
96. The overall level of the exam documented is:
97. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
98. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
99. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
100. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
101. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
102. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
103. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
104. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 105-117, refer to Dylan Roberts

105. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
106. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
107. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
108. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
109. The overall level of the exam documented is:
110. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
111. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
112. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
113. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
114. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
115. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
116. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
117. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:

For questions 118-130, refer to Jason Woodson

118. When scoring the HPI the overall HPI level is:
119. The overall ROS findings of this encounter are:
120. Within the PFSH, documentation was found to support:
121. After scoring each history element, what is the overall history level of this encounter?
122. The overall level of the exam documented is:
123. When auditing the diagnosis section of the MDM, how many total points were found?
124. Upon reviewing the data and complexity of work ordered or performed during the encounter, how many total points were found?
125. When evaluating the Table of Risk, the identified level of risk for this encounter is:
126. After analyzing each element of the MDM, the overall level supported by the MDM is:
127. Now that you have audited the documentation content through the history, exam, and the MDM, considering only the documentation, what is the overall level of service?
128. When reviewing the medical necessity of this encounter and considering the complexity of care of the acute/chronic problem, considering only the medical necessity, what level of service would be most appropriate?
129. Considering the level supported by the documentation and the level supported by the medical necessity in the previous two questions, what would the overall level of service support?
130. When considering the level of service supported by the medical necessity, and then considering the level supported by the documentation content, this encounter was:


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