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Prepare for 2021 E/M medical coding changes.



E/M Medical Coding Changes

Effective January 1, 2021, CMS is aligning evaluation and management coding with changes adopted by the American Medical Association (AMA) Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Editorial Panel for office/ outpatient E/M visits.

  • Retains 5 levels of coding for established patients, reduces the number of levels to 4 for office/outpatient E/M visits for new patients, and revises the code definitions 
  • Revises the times and medical decision-making process for all of the codes, and requires the performance of history and exam only as medically appropriate 
  • Allows clinicians to choose the E/M visit level based on either medical decision making or time 



E/M Leveling Cheat Sheet

Prepare your practice for the evaluation and management changes by downloading Revele's E/M leveling cheat sheet to conduct a time audit.




Overview of Guidelines Changes

Review the CPT evaluation and management office or other outpatient and prolonged services code and guidelines changes provided by the American Medical Association (AMA).


Learn More

2021 Evaluation and Management Leveling Guidelines

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