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E.01.

Patient care is directed by a physician, nurse practitioner, or a physician assistant.

D.11.

Transition of care (e.g., pediatric to adult or adult to geriatric) is proactively planned, coordinated, and documented in the clinical record when indicated or when appropriate.

D.10.

Critical referrals, critical consultations, and critical diagnostic studies are tracked, and appropriate follow-up is made when the results are not received within a timely manner.

Notes: 
P&P

D.09.

Missed appointments are documented in the clinical record and managed appropriately depending on the patient's care needs and diagnosis.

Notes: 
P&P

D.08.

After-hour encounters are documented in the clinical record.

Notes: 
Not Compliant

D.06.

The results of a patient referral are recorded in the clinical record; follow-up procedures exist, and the results of the referral are appropriately reported to the Medical Home as they are made available.

Notes: 
P&P

D.05.

Referrals are disease- or procedure-specific.

Notes: 
P&P

D.04.

Consultations (medical opinions obtained from other health care professionals) are recorded in the clinical record.

Notes: 
P&P
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