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MOT 120

Ch 4-5-6 Test Review

How long do you keep x-rays? 5-10 years after patient no longer active, 5 years after you are deceased
Pediatric records are kept for? 7-10 years past majority
ABN what is it, what should be on it? Advanced Beneficiary Notice – used for Medicare patient, patient signature, clarification on procedure, explanations as to why it’s not covered
What are V-codes vaccinations, used to describe patients who are not sick but are seeking a specific health service, such as a screening
What are E-codes injuries, used to classify environmental events, circumstances, and conditions as the cause of injury, poisoning, and other adverse effects.
What is an EOB? Explanation of Benefits, How is it used? What insurance uses to explain your benefits
T/F - Most state collection laws allow telephone collections only between 8:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. True
Created by: kbcanarr