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Clinic

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Code Clinic Wl Flg Prm Care
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D7  ONLINE SERVICES  Contact with individuals over the internet for a medically significant intervention using the Personal Health Record or Direct Messaging. 
D6  TRANSPORTATION  A non-emergency medical transport service provided to patients for health service appointments and related activities at various locations, such as, but not limited to, hospitals, physician offices, diagnostic testing appointments, dialysis, etc. 
D5  PHARMACY PRIMARY CARE CLINIC  An organized pharmacist driven clinic that provides cognitive, interpretive, strategic, educative and definitive services to patients with acute, chronic and preventive medical conditions. The pharmacist specialist provider works nearly independently with occasional minimal oversight from the medical licensed provider. 
D4  ANESTHESIOLOGY  An organized clinic that provides assessment of surgical patients who require anesthesia, analgesia and/or amnesia pertinent to surgical or other procedures. 
D3  HOMELESS  Healthcare services provided to patients in (a) a homeless shelter (public or private facility that provides temporary living accommodations), (b) transitional housing, (c) on the streets, or (d) temporarily living with friends or relatives. 
D2  MEDICATION THERAPY MANAGEMENT  An organized clinic or service that provides patient assessment and intervention by a pharmacist to optimize medication or other treatment related outcomes. 
D1  ANTICOAGULATION THERAPY  An organized clinic that provides cognitive, interpretive, consultative, strategic, educative and definitive services to high risk patients with circulatory compromise where optimal anticoagulation using medicinal product(s) is necessary to prevent life threatening morbidity or mortality. The pharmacist specialist provider works nearly independently with occasional oversight from a medically licensed provider. 
C9  TELEBEHAVIORAL HEALTH  The provision of behavioral health services via videoconferencing and/or other recognized forms of telemedicine (e.g. store-and-forward software). Services include assessment, individual/couples/family/group therapy, medical management, clinical case consultation, and case management. Conventional telephone consultation alone does not constitute telebehavioral health. 
C8  HOME BASED CARE  An organized clinic that provides coordinated care for high-risk patients, infants to elderly, in need of home-based procedures/services. The care is primarily provided in the home, although some follow up of these patients occurs in the facility. The care is coordinated with Social Services and other disciplines with supervision by a primary care provider. 
C7  ELDER CARE  An organized clinic that provides comprehensive medical and psycho-social assessment services in an interdisciplinary manner to patients age 65 and older. The team consists of a physician, clinic nurse, public health nurse, medical social worker, dietician, sanitarian, community health representative, behavioral health representative, and others as requested. 
C6  HEALTH AIDE CLINIC  Aug 26, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that provides care by formally trained, non-licensed health care providers, who provide medical services in rural areas under the supervision of a licensed medical practitioner (physician or mid-level provider). Patients may be seen at home or in the clinic. (ALASKA). 
C5  WOUND CARE  Aug 26, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that provides treatment of various types of wounds such as diabetic wounds, burns, minor lacerations, small surgical dehiscence, abrasions, and chronic non-healing wounds. Wounds are cleansed, debrided, dressed with appropriate healing materials, and patient instructed on care of the wound. 
C4  BEHAVIORAL HEALTH  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that focuses on behavioral health services such as mental health, alcohol and substance abuse, and social services to children, adolescents, adults and their families. Services include assessment, group or individual therapy and where needed, medication management. 
C3  COLPOSCOPY  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that involves the evaluation of women with abnormal pap smears by examining the uterine cavity with a magnification instrument called a colposcope. The purpose of colposcopy is to prevent the progression of dysplasia to cervical cancer for women at higher risk after pap screening. 
C2  PULMONOLOGY  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. A clinic classified as an internal medicine subspecialty with the focus on the diagnosis and treatment of asbestosis, asthma, bronchitis, chronic cough, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), emphysema, hemopytsis, lung cancer, sarcoidosis, solitary pulmonary nodule, obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. 
C1  NEUROSURGERY  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that deals with the use of surgery to treat disorders and diseases of the peripheral nervous system and the brain. 
B9  ONCOLOGY-HEMATOLOGY  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. A prescheduled organized clinic that provides assessment, diagnosis, and treatment pertaining to oncology and hematological disorders. 
B8  GASTROENTEROLOGY-HEPATOLOGY  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. A prescheduled organized clinic with focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and diseases of the liver. 
B7  DIABETIC FOOT CLINIC  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic that treats patients with DM foot care and education in the rehabilitation department. 
B5  NURSE CLINIC  Aug 26, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. An organized clinic staffed by licensed nursing staff (RNs & LPNs) who provide treatment and procedures that do not require a licensed independent provider evaluation on that day. 
B4  WISEWOMAN  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. Includes screening for cardiovascular disease including blood pressure, fasting lipid panel for cholesterol, fasting glucose, weight, height, waist circumference, lifestyle and health history questionnaire. (Used by Alaska). 
B3  SANDS (STOP ATHEROSC IN NATIVE DIAB STUDY)  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. STOP ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN NATIVE DIAB STUDY. An organized clinic to cover the participation of patients in a new randomized, clinical trial research study that will try to prevent cardiovascular disease among patients 40 years and older and with Type II diabetes mellitus. 
B2  RADIATION EXPOSURE SCREENING  Feb 18, 2005 Approved by Medical Records. Radiation exposure screening and education, including medical, occupational and environmental health histories, physical examinations, laboratory blood work, pulmonary function tests, and radiologic testing, as well as any other indicated medical testing. Educational counseling about the health effects of radiation exposure. 
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