Reporting PostOperative Pain Procedures in Conjunction with Anesthesia

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1 2 Time for a postoperative pain procedure that occurs after Anesthesia Start time and prior to anesthesia induction should be deducted from reported anesthesia timeAnesthesia start time is define Download

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1 1 Reporting PostOperative Pain Procedu
1 Reporting PostOperative Pain Procedures in Conjunction with AnesthesiaCommittee of Origin:Economics(Approved by the ASA House of Delegates on October 17, 2007and last amended on December 2 Time for a postoperative pain procedure that occurs after Anesthesia Start time and prior to anesthesia induction should be deducted from reported anesthesia time.Anesthesia start time is defined as the time when you begin to prepare the patient for the induction of anesthesia. If the postoperative pain procedure is performed after the anesthesia start time but before anesthesia induction, then the time taken to perform the postoperative pain proceduremust be deducted from the total anesthesia time.One methodfor describing that theprimary purposefor the blockis to prov

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idepostoperative analgesiais to dictate or record details about the procedure in separateument in the medical recordfrom the anesthetic record. When documenting, it is important to discuss that: Some payers may require documentation thattsurgeon requested the anesthesia team to participate in the provision of postoperative analgesiaSomeotherpayers may require that the surgeon’s request be documented by both the surgeon and the anesthesiologist.The patient participated in the discussion regarding the most appropriate plan for postoperative analgesia separatedistinctinformed consent process must be provided for the postoperative pain management plan including providing the patient with specific information about the risks and benefits of the proposedtherapy

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