Office Visit - Primary Doctor - New Patient - Low Complexity

This is an office visit with a new healthcare provider for problem(s) that only require a problem focused exam and/or treatment.




This is an office visit with a new healthcare provider for problem(s) that only require a problem focused exam and/or treatment.



This is an office visit with a new healthcare provider for problem(s) that only require a problem focused exam and/or treatment.

  • When being seen for limited problems, such as acne or rash, the healthcare provider is typically a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or doctor.
  • If a discussion about your healthcare or counseling is the main reason for the visit, then it typically lasts 10-20 minutes.

The level of office visit billed by a healthcare provider is determined by many factors besides the time the healthcare provider spends with you. Factors that are considered include your medical history, the physical exam and the complexity of your condition.

If you contact your healthcare provider for an appointment, be prepared to discuss your symptoms, how long you've had them and if you have had them before.

  • Before your appointment, make a list of your medical history, including past illnesses, surgeries and hospitalizations; your medications (including over-the-counter); and any questions or concerns you want to discuss.
  • During your appointment, ask about your overall health, what symptoms you might have, when you may start to see improvement; what the follow-up plans are, if any; and what symptoms you should report before your next appointment.
  • After your appointment, you should know your treatment plan, what tests you might need, the reason for those tests and if the test results will change your treatment plan. You should also understand your treatment plan, any possible alternatives and what medications are recommended (including possible side effects).

Source UHC.com

Also known as:

Minute
Clinic
Primary
Primary Care
Wart
Vomiting
Vaginal Itching
Vaginal Drainage
Vaginal Discharge
Tick
Throwing Up
Systolic
Swollen Eye
Swollen Adenoids
Swimmers Itch
Swimmers Ear
Sunburn
Styes
Sound Sensitivity
Something in Eye
Skin Sores
Skin Problems
Skin Infection
Skin Breakout
Sensitivity to sound
Sensitivity to light
Scabies
Ringworm
Red Eye
Poison Oak
Poison Ivy
Peeling Skin
Parasites
Oral Sore
Office Visit
Mouth Sore
Mouth Pain
Mites
Minor Infection
Light Sensitivity
Lice
Jellyfish Sting
Itchy Scalp
Itching Vagina
Irritated Skin
Insect Sting
Insect Bite
Injury Ankle
Infection Minor
Impetigo
Hives
Head Lice
Goopy Eye
Flashing lights
Flaky Skin
Fish Sting
Eye Sore
Eye Redness
Eye Pain
Eye Irritation
Eye Injury
Eye Goop
Eye Drainage
Eye Discomfort
Eye Bumps
Eye Abrasion
Eczema
Dry Skin
Drainage Vagina
Doctor Visit - New Patient - Low
Discharge Vagina
Deer Tick
Corneal Injury
Corneal Abrasion
Cold Sore
Canker Sore
Burping
Burn From Sun
Bumps in Eye
Bug Sting
Bug Bite
Blurred Vision
Blisters
Aura
Ankle Strain
Ankle Sprain
Ankle Injury
Achy


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