What is a Problem Based Visit?
A Problem Based Visit is intended to evaluate an acute (new or worsening) or chronic medical (ongoing) problems. Examples of acute problems can be injuries, infections, worsening of blood pressure, or new depression.
Chronic problems can include, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, reflux, ongoing depression, or other medical problems which need to be monitored over a period of time. These visits are usually subject to a copay or coinsurance.
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