A developmental-behavioral pediatrician is supervising a resident who is providing counseling to a child with behavioral issues (an established patient) and his parents. The physician and resident briefly meet with the parents and child; the physician then leaves the room to allow the resident to continue the counseling. The physician is in another room with a one-way mirror where she observes the resident and sees and hears everything that occurs. While observing the care, she is not involved with any other work or patient. She reenters the room at the end of the visit to meet briefly with the family before they leave. The physician spends a total of 10 minutes face-to-face with the family at the beginning and end of the visit and 35 minutes supervising the resident via the one-way mirror. Should the visit be reported with Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 99212 (office/outpatient visit with a typical...

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