A patient was treated by his primary care physician on 01/25/YY for a wrist fracture that occurred on the job. On 02/02/YY, the patient was

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A patient was treated by his primary care physician on 01/25/YY for a wrist fracture that occurred on the job. On 02/02/YY, the patient was evaluated for symptoms of severe high blood pressure and a recheck of the wrist fracture. Where should the provider document treatment from the visit on 02/02/YY?

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Brielle 4 months 2022-01-03T23:25:07+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-01-03T23:26:14+00:00

    Answer:

    Only the fracture recheck is to be recorded in the workers’ compensation record

    Explanation:

    Workers’ compensation records are a type of record that indicates detailed information on an employee’s previous compensation claims for injuries on the job. These records incorporate data associated with the type/date of the injury, the organs/tissues/sites of the body that suffered an injury, insurance companies, and impairments and disabilities associated with the injury. It is important to highlight that workers’ compensation law varies widely from state to state, thereby disclosure and confidentiality of these records are governed by state statutes.

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