New Evaluation Codes for 2017 - Self-Paced
This course is designed to introduce physical therapists to the new evaluation and reevaluation codes, and teach therapists how to select the appropriate evaluation code based on patient presentation. Even though the new evaluation codes are split into 3 levels: low, moderate and high complexity evaluation, the overall definition of the evaluation remains the same.
Physical therapists will select the appropriate evaluation level based on the following components: patient history, examination, patient presentation, and complexity of clinical decision making. A feature of this course is a self-paced review of patient scenarios specific to a variety of physical therapist practice specialties: cardiovascular and pulmonary, geriatrics, neurology, orthopedics and pediatrics.
NOTE: To save your notes, please download or print the scenario worksheet for each of the scenarios you choose to complete. Click on Resources.
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- Identify the new evaluation and reevaluation codes.
- Describe the differences between the low complexity, moderate complexity, and high complexity evaluation codes.
- Evaluate several patient scenarios and select the appropriate evaluation code.
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