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In Episode 48, Paula Digby describes the guidelines for reporting an office procedure referred to as Slow MOHs and also explains which fractures can be reported as “multiple fractures” in an IRF. She then speaks to a concern regarding which came first – the stroke or the fall and also to physician EMR templates for Evaluation and Management reporting.

Congratulations to today’s winner, Deborah in Florida! This “mug shot” is from Ilana, a wonderful expert and friend.

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