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In an inpatient setting, if the diagnosis documented at the time of discharge is qualified as probably, suspected, likely, questionable, possible, or still to be ruled out, what do you code?
Weegy: In the inpatient setting, if a diagnosis documented at the time of discharge is qualified as "probable," "suspected," "likely," "questionable," "possible," or "rule out," the condition should be coded as if it existed or was established. [ The basis for this guideline are the diagnostic workup, arrangements for further workup or observation, and initial therapeutic approach that correspond most closely with the established diagnosis. ] (More)
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