Subject
Index
Blood transfusions, 321
BMI. See Body mass index (BMI) percentile
Body mass index (BMI) percentile, 148
Bone marrow aspiration, 412
Bone marrow biopsy, 412
Boston Children’s Hospital Care Coordination
Curriculum, 216
Brackets [ ], 23
Breastfeeding support, 257–258
Brief emotional/behavioral assessment, 172
Brief history of present illness (HPI), 93, 101
Bright Futures: Guidelines for Health
Supervision of Infants, Children, and
Adolescents (AAP), 147, 438
Bright Futures periodicity schedule, 147
Bronchodilation, 413
Bronchodilation spirometric forced expiratory
flows, 413
Bronchodilator therapy, 414
Budesonide, 415
Bundled payments, 481
Burn care, 300, 386–387
Business of medicine, 469–484. See also
Compliance, audits, and paybacks
accountable care organizations (ACOs),
482–484
appeals process, 477–479
auditing claims, 480
basic guidelines, 471
clean claim submissions, 474–476
documentation and coding audits, 480
emerging payment methodologies,
481–482
encounter form (superbill), 472
Medicare claims, 476
monitoring payments, 476–477
negotiating with payers, 479–480
optimum time for filing claims, 475
place of service codes, 475–476
RBRVS, 469–470
resources. See Resources
RVUs, 469–470
tools/resources, 480–481
Butterfly bandages, 384
C
Camp physicals, 150
Cardiac arrest, septic shock, 299
Cardiac output measurements, 321
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), 300
Cardiovascular examination, 108–109
Cardiovascular procedures, 400–401
Cardioversion, 300
Care management and oversight services
chronic care management (CCM) services,
217–220
Chronic Care Management Worksheet,
499
complex chronic care management
services, 215, 220–222
transitional care management (TCM)
services, 215, 222–225
Care Plan Oversight Encounter Worksheet,
500
Care plan oversight services
home, domiciliary, or rest home, 227–228,
229
home health agency in home, domiciliary,
or equivalent environment, 227–
228, 230
hospice patient, 227–228, 229
nursing facility patient, 227–228, 230
Car seat testing, 254, 322, 336–337, 416
Cast and splint supplies, 390
Category, 22
Category II codes, 439–448. See also Quality
and performance measures
Category III CPT codes, 15–18
Category-level note, 28–29
Cauterization of nosebleed, 383
CBC. See Complete blood cell count (CBC)
CC. See Chief complaint (CC)
CDT codes. See Code on Dental Procedures and
Nomenclature (CDT) codes
Cecostomy with colonic lavage, 402
Cefotaxime, 415
Ceftriaxone, 415
Celestone, 415
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
(CMS) Medicare global surgery,
377–378
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
(CMS) Table of Risk. See Table of Risk
Central auditory function evaluation, 419
Central bypass, 401
Centrally inserted central vessel
catheterization, 321
Central nasal hemorrhage, 399
Central nervous system, 420–424
Central venous access, 394–395
Central venous catheter, 394
Cerumen removal, 382, 387–388
CEUs. See Continuing education units (CEUs)
Chapter-level note, 26–27
Chapter-specific guidelines, 24–25
Character, 22
Chemical cauterization of granulation tissue,
382
Chest radiographs, 426
Chest tube insertion, 300
Chest x-rays, interpretation, 321
Chief complaint (CC), 72
1995 guidelines, 93
1997 guidelines, 101
Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP),
482
Children with special health care needs
advance care planning, 230–231
after-hours services, 239
care plan oversight
home, domiciliary, or rest home,
227–228, 229
home health agency in home,
domiciliary, or equivalent
environment, 227–228, 229
hospice patient, 227–228, 229
nursing facility patient, 227–228, 230
chronic care management (CCM) services,
217–220
chronic medical conditions, 205
combination of non–face-to-face services,
239–240
general behavioral health integration care
management, 234–235
medical team conferences, 225–227
prolonged services without direct patient
contact, 235–236
psychiatric collaborative care management
services, 231–234
special services, 239
transitional care management (TCM)
services, 215, 222–225
Child sexual abuse, 403
Chlamydia, screening test, 165
Cholesterol, 165, 430
Chronic Care Management Worksheet, 499
Chronic medical conditions, 205. See also
Children with special health care
needs
Circadian respiratory pattern recording,
416–417
Circumcision, 255–256
Circumcision trays, 432
Claforan, 415
Claim correction form, 477
Claims processing tools, 471, 481
Clavicle splint, 390, 432
Clavicular fracture, 391
Clean-catch urine specimen, 383
Clean claim submissions, 474–476
CLIA-waived tests. See Clinical Laboratory
Improvement Amendments (CLIA)-
waived tests
Clinical Laboratory Improvement
Amendments (CLIA)-waived tests, 61,
164, 427
Clinical staff
members, 152, 216, 217, 351
prolonged services, 195, 198–200
time of, 140–142
Closed fracture, 391
CMS global surgery. See Centers for Medicare
& Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicare
global surgery
CMS PATH guidelines. See Physicians at
Teaching Hospitals (PATH) guidelines
CMS Table of Risk. See Table of Risk
Code, 22
Code also note, 23
Code first note, 23
Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature
(CDT) codes, 163
Coding
AAP Coding Hotline, 480
AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal
Medicine coding trainers, 337
diagnosis coding tips, 34–35
general coding guidelines, 24
linking the diagnosis, 30–32
online quiz (CEUs), 487–492
problem areas. See Coding Conundrum
resources, 32–33
selecting a code, 25
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