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  1. The paragraph in question reads: [h=2]18VAC85-50-110. Responsibilities of the supervisor.[/h]The supervising physician shall: 1. See and evaluate any patient who presents the same complaint twice in a single episode of care and has failed to improve significantly. Such physician involvement shall occur not less frequently than every fourth visit for a continuing illness. [h=3]Virginia Administrative Code - Virginia Department of Health ...[/h]
  2. The paragraph in question reads: [h=2]18VAC85-50-110. Responsibilities of the supervisor.[/h]The supervising physician shall: 1. See and evaluate any patient who presents the same complaint twice in a single episode of care and has failed to improve significantly. Such physician involvement shall occur not less frequently than every fourth visit for a continuing illness. [h=3]Virginia Administrative Code - Virginia Department of Health ...[/h]
  3. The paragraph in question reads: [h=2]18VAC85-50-110. Responsibilities of the supervisor.[/h]The supervising physician shall: 1. See and evaluate any patient who presents the same complaint twice in a single episode of care and has failed to improve significantly. Such physician involvement shall occur not less frequently than every fourth visit for a continuing illness. [h=3]Virginia Administrative Code - Virginia Department of Health ...[/h]
  4. New grad here and in a relatively new pain clinic. Quick question for you seasoned pros regarding the number of visits before the MD is required to see the patient. Our practice is on the fence with this. As I read it, we can only see a patient 3 times. After that, the MD has to see them. I am new so I tend to be exceptionally cautious. Some in the practice think that the MD is only "required" to see them every third visit if they are not progressing. How do you guys do things?
  5. New grad here and in a relatively new pain clinic. Quick question for you seasoned pros regarding the number of visits before the MD is required to see the patient. Our practice is on the fence with this. As I read it, we can only see a patient 3 times. After that, the MD has to see them. I am new so I tend to be exceptionally cautious. Some in the practice think that the MD is only "required" to see them every third visit if they are not progressing. How do you guys do things?
  6. New grad here and in a relatively new pain clinic. Quick question for you seasoned pros regarding the number of visits before the MD is required to see the patient. Our practice is on the fence with this. As I read it, we can only see a patient 3 times. After that, the MD has to see them. I am new so I tend to be exceptionally cautious. Some in the practice think that the MD is only "required" to see them every third visit if they are not progressing. How do you guys do things?
  7. Anybody else still feel like its a little surreal?
  8. Lets hope it does not get drug out like that. My ulcers will be angered.
  9. The wait is agonizing. nothing so far. Everyone sleep well last night? :O_O:
  10. So I guess I wont be sleeping for the next few days...
  11. No way to know really. However, reading some of the other posts it appears what you say is about right. Several of my classmates have had results returned on the following Thursday. Where did you take your test?
  12. Did you take the exam on the 20th as well?
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