A child presents to a pediatric endocrinologist for followup of type 1 diabetes with frequent hyperglycemic episodes. The patient has a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) that was placed 5 days ago. The patient was initially seen by this physician 1 week ago for consideration of a personal CGM to help manage glucose during physical activity. The patient struggles to control his basal glucose when participating in school sports. In addition to a problem-focused history and examination and moderately complex medical decision-making, the endocrinologist documents 30 minutes spent reviewing data downloaded from the CGM in combination with a patient log of caloric intake, activity, and symptoms and creating a report of the findings. The endocrinologist then documents 20 minutes spent discussing the patient’s current status and indications for personal real-time glucose monitoring, as well as answering questions from the patient and his parents. The patient wishes to use a personal real-time...

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