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Paul Patient is trying to get new insurance, but he fears he'll be denied due to his cancer diagnosis and ongoing treatment. Which of the following was put in place to help patients like Paul avoid insurance denial due to their current conditions? A. Affordable Care Act B. Healthy People 2010 C. Balanced Budget Act D. Social Security Title XVIII
Weegy: Answer is B. Social Security Title XVIII User: You're a coder who's reviewing the record of a 62-year-old woman who was admitted to the hospital with shortness of breath and minor chest pain. The doctor diagnosed the patient with Staphylococcus aureus pneumonia and you assigned a code of 482.41. Additionally, you coded decompensated chronic systolic congestive heart failure (as documented by the physician) as 428.22 and 428.0. The coding system grouped the information into MS-DRG 178 (RW: 1.4860). The hospital has a base rate of $4,500. Which of the following is the principal diagnosis? A. 428.22 B. 482. C. 428.0 D. 178 Weegy: D. 482.41 User: Paul Patient is trying to get new insurance, but he fears he'll be denied due to his cancer diagnosis and ongoing treatment. Which of the following was put in place to help patients like Paul avoid insurance denial due to their current conditions? A. Affordable Care Act B. Healthy People 2010 C. Balanced Budget Act D. Social Security Title XVIII Weegy: Answer is B. Social Security Title XVIII User: You're a coder who's reviewing the record of a 62-year-old woman who was admitted to the hospital with shortness of breath and minor chest pain. The doctor diagnosed the patient with Staphylococcus aureus pneumonia and you assigned a code of 482.41. Additionally, you coded decompensated chronic systolic congestive heart failure (as documented by the physician) as 428.22 and 428.0. The coding system grouped the information into MS-DRG 178 (RW: 1.4860). The hospital has a base rate of $4,500. Which of the following is the admitting diagnosis? A. Shortness of breath B. Pneumonia C. Staphylococcus aureus D. CHF Weegy: D. 482.41 User: You're an outpatient coder in Dr. Smith's office. When you code procedures, you're probably using _______ codes. A. ICD-9-CM B. CPT C. HCPCS D. ICD-10-CM Weegy: You're an outpatient coder in Dr. Smith's office. When you code procedures, you're probably using CPT codes. (More)
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