What are indicators? in the medical billing and coding


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What are indicators? in the medical billing and coding ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment BC3020_Week_3_Assignment-1.doc Answer the Following Questions: 1. Q) What position is when the patient is positioned prone, and the x-ray beam comes into the patient from the right side and exits to the left? ANSWER: ____ventral decubitus position______________ 2. Q) Radiological images obtained while the body is rotated are called _____? ANSWER: _____oblique views_____________ 3. Q) A patient who needs dialysis for a period longer than 3 weeks will usually receive what? ANSWER: __arteriovenous fistula________________ 4. Q) A serial x-ray of the digestive tract is referred to as? ANSWER: __cineradiography or video swallow________________ 5. Q) What is a deficiency of the level of oxygen in the arterial blood called? ANSWER: __hypoxia________________ 6. Q) Name the four different types of ultrasounds listed in the CPT manual. ANSWER: ___A mode, M mode, B mode, Real-Time Scan_______________ 7. Q) How is dosimetry reported? ANSWER: ___on the basis of the level of treatment devices (simple, intermediate, complex)_______________ 8. Q) What are indicators? ANSWER: __characteristicsused as measure overtime performance process and outcome ________________ 9. Q) What is guaiac? ANSWER: ___brown residue obtained from guaiacum tree formally used as a test for traces of blood_______________ 10. Q) What test is used to identify the makeup of the surface of the red blood cell? ANSWER: ____DAT______________ 11. Q) A uterus that was removed because of a diagnosis of a prolapsed would be considered what level of surgical pathology? What CPT code? ANSWER: _____88305_____________

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