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1. A 23-month-old infant with a heart condition presented to the ED. The physician examined the infant and , after reviewing the patient's history of a heart condition, ordered a transport to a specialty cardiac hospital. This specialty hospital is 150 miles away from the current hospital. The physician accompanies the patient in the ambulance to monitor blood pressure and pulse oximetry and to review portable ECG tracings. It takes 1 hour and 44 minutes to transport the patient to the cardiac hospital

2. An 56-year-old established patient presents to her doctor's office with chest pain and shortness of breath. The doctor orders an ambulance to take the patient to the ED to be checked out. From the ED the patient is admitted for some tests to determine what the problems are. The history and exam performed were comprehensive and the MDM was of moderate complexity

3. An established patient was seen in her primary physician's office. The patient fell at home and came to the physician's office for examination. Due to a possible concussion, the patient was sent to the hospital to be admitted as an observation patient. A detailed history and examination were performed, and the medical decision was of low complexity. The patient stayed overnight and was discharged the next afternoon. Report code(s)

4. Critical care codes are reported based on:

5. Mr. Smith presents to the Emergency Department at the local hospital for chest pain and is seen by the ED physician on duty. The physician obtains an extended HPI, an extended ROS, and a pertinent PFSH. What is the level of history

6. A new patient with a history of mental retardation and self-abuse is sent to a custodial care facility for admission. The patient's family is no longer able to care for the patient at home. The care facility physician documents a problem focused history and exam. The MDM was straightforward
7. Only one consultation should be reported by a consultant per admission. What range of

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