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Define what a modifier is and give some examples of HCPCS modifiers and CPT modi

Define what a modifier is and give some examples of HCPCS modifiers and CPT modifiers and what each type of modifier can help explain. What are the different ways that they may effect reimbursement?

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I’m gonna provide you the diet form form my patient and i want you to answer the

I’m gonna provide you the diet form form my patient and i want you to answer these questions based on that. my major is about dental hygiene so i need someone who is familiar with nutrition and also with dental material. if you do well i will add good tips
Complete analysis of carbohydrate intake:
Analysis of BMI
Identification of activity level
Identification of nutritional focus and counseling:
Select the 3-day date range and create report:
Annotate food groups and calories section:
Assess average daily kilocalories
Discuss inadequacies and excesses:
Carbohydrate Analysis:
List fermentable carbohydrates and discuss if it is cariogenic or non-cariogenic:
Calculate acid exposures for each day:
Give specific recommendations for modifications:
Food Group Report:
Save the Food Groups & Calories report to print or to annotate electronically:
How do the average total daily kilocalories compare to the recommended amount?
In which food groups has the intake been adequate /inadequate?
In which food groups has the intake failed to meet / exceed the recommendations?
14. Nutrition and Health:
Correlates nutritional findings with systemic and oral conditions:
15. Nutritional Goals:
Addresses goals supported by findings and makes necessary modifications at nutritional reevaluation:
16. Correlation of Nutritional Findings:
Supports treatment plan, OHI recommendations, and clinical findings:
17. Nutrition Recommendation Letter or OHI/Nutrition Pamphlet:
Realistic nutritional recommendation letter or OHI/Nutrition pamphlet for the Patient:

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I’m gonna provide you the diet form form my patient and i want you to answer the

I’m gonna provide you the diet form form my patient and i want you to answer these questions based on that. my major is about dental hygiene so i need someone who is familiar with nutrition and also with dental material. if you do well i will add good tips
Complete analysis of carbohydrate intake:
Analysis of BMI
Identification of activity level
Identification of nutritional focus and counseling:
Select the 3-day date range and create report:
Annotate food groups and calories section:
Assess average daily kilocalories
Discuss inadequacies and excesses:
Carbohydrate Analysis:
List fermentable carbohydrates and discuss if it is cariogenic or non-cariogenic:
Calculate acid exposures for each day:
Give specific recommendations for modifications:
Food Group Report:
Save the Food Groups & Calories report to print or to annotate electronically:
How do the average total daily kilocalories compare to the recommended amount?
In which food groups has the intake been adequate /inadequate?
In which food groups has the intake failed to meet / exceed the recommendations?
14. Nutrition and Health:
Correlates nutritional findings with systemic and oral conditions:
15. Nutritional Goals:
Addresses goals supported by findings and makes necessary modifications at nutritional reevaluation:
16. Correlation of Nutritional Findings:
Supports treatment plan, OHI recommendations, and clinical findings:
17. Nutrition Recommendation Letter or OHI/Nutrition Pamphlet:
Realistic nutritional recommendation letter or OHI/Nutrition pamphlet for the Patient:

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Energy systems used.

Worksheet is attached.
Athlete Population.
Energy Systems Used.
Macronutrient Needs.
Micronutrient Need.
Special Considerations.

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Select all the dates you entered your foods and save as a pdf (choose either portrait or landscape orientation, whichever displays the information best) to submit.or if you did not enter consecutive days, you will need to select the day one at a time to view each report.

3-Day Diet Analysis Assignment Requirements: Main objective: You will be tracking your food/beverage intake for 3 days.ONLY the following nutrient analysis program is allowed: MyFitnessPal (available for free at: https://www.myfitnesspal.com/ or via the myfitnesspal App).
You will need to create a [free] account. Once you do so, click on the FOOD tab, and you will see Food Diary. This is where you will log your foods/beverages for the 3 days. You are able to search for the foods by clicking on ‘Add Food.’There are 2 documents you must submit for your final 3-day diet analysis assignment:*1) A document of the 3 days of food/drink you collected and inputted into myfitnesspal.comDocumentation of the 3 days must contain the actual food, serving size amount and the following nutrients listed for each individual food item in the diet history: calories, carbohydrates, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium, sugars, fiber. No points will be awarded if not used directly from MyFitnessPal and if not included as a separate attachment to the one-page report.
*How to create a document with your 3 day food log: Log into MyFitnessPal.com using Safari or Google Chrome on a computer/laptop. Go to the tab that says FOOD. Then click on the tab that says Food Diary. Scroll to the bottom and click on “View Full Report (Printable)”. Select ALL the dates you entered your foods and save as a PDF (choose either portrait or landscape orientation, whichever displays the information best) to submit.OR if you did not enter consecutive days, you will need to select the day one at a time to view each report. Once the report displays the days, you can change it to landscape orientation and take a screenshot or use the Snipping Tool to copy/paste and save in a Word document. See example in the attachment above.**2) The second separate document is a 1-page report:**1-page report specifications: Each student must assess their average intake (this means add all 3 days of each nutrient and divide by 3 to arrive at the average), over the 3 days, and provide a report that includes the following:
A–The students’ average intake of each nutrient (calories, carbohydrates, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium, sugars, and fiber) over the three days
B–Include anthropometric measurements: Height, Weight, Sex and Age. Calculation of Ideal Body Weight *** and Estimating Energy Requirements (EER) (this includes physical activity) [USE EER CALCULATIONS HERE: pg. 154 Box 6-1] using own Height, Weight, Sex, Age (All math must be shown to receive full credit for both IBW and EER). You can still use this formula if you are 18 years old.
C–Determine whether continuing to eat the way your average calculations resulted will produce weight gain, weight loss or weight maintenance.
D–Finally, conclude if your current diet intake could precipitate a disease process we have covered and what you can do to avoid it and/or what you will do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.(If you need inspiration for your 1-page report, look at the example attached above. I do not want to see the exact wording from the example report, however, because that would be considered plagiarism)Please limit the report to no longer than 1 page to answer questions A-D. No cover page or bibliography is necessary.
You must upload to Blackboard and it will be checked for plagiarism for the assignment to be graded.
How to calculate IBW for the EER calculation-For those of you who fall within a healthy BMI (18.5-24.9), you may go ahead and use your current body weight as the IBW in the EER formula.-For those of you who are not within that BMI range (so, if your BMI is less than 18.5 OR if it is greater than 24.9), please use any one of the following formulas for your IBW:1)
You can determine what weight you would be if your BMI was 22, since that is a BMI that is mid-normal-BMI range.OR
2) You can use the Hamwi method:Male = 106 lb for the first 5 ft + 6 lb for each additional inch.
Male = 48 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 1.1 kg for each additional cm.
Female = 100 lb for the first 5 ft + 5 lb for each additional inch.
Female = 45 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 0.9 kg for each additional cm.
*PLEASE INDICATE ON YOUR REPORT WHICH METHOD YOU USED*

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Select all the dates you entered your foods and save as a pdf (choose either portrait or landscape orientation, whichever displays the information best) to submit.or if you did not enter consecutive days, you will need to select the day one at a time to view each report.

3-Day Diet Analysis Assignment Requirements: Main objective: You will be tracking your food/beverage intake for 3 days.ONLY the following nutrient analysis program is allowed: MyFitnessPal (available for free at: https://www.myfitnesspal.com/ or via the myfitnesspal App). You will need to create a [free] account. Once you do so, click on the FOOD tab, and you will see Food Diary. This is where you will log your foods/beverages for the 3 days. You are able to search for the foods by clicking on ‘Add Food.’There are 2 documents you must submit for your final 3-day diet analysis assignment:*1) A document of the 3 days of food/drink you collected and inputted into myfitnesspal.comDocumentation of the 3 days must contain the actual food, serving size amount and the following nutrients listed for each individual food item in the diet history: calories, carbohydrates, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium, sugars, fiber. No points will be awarded if not used directly from MyFitnessPal and if not included as a separate attachment to the one-page report.
*How to create a document with your 3 day food log: Log into MyFitnessPal.com using Safari or Google Chrome on a computer/laptop. Go to the tab that says FOOD. Then click on the tab that says Food Diary. Scroll to the bottom and click on “View Full Report (Printable)”. Select ALL the dates you entered your foods and save as a PDF (choose either portrait or landscape orientation, whichever displays the information best) to submit.OR if you did not enter consecutive days, you will need to select the day one at a time to view each report. Once the report displays the days, you can change it to landscape orientation and take a screenshot or use the Snipping Tool to copy/paste and save in a Word document. See example in the attachment above.**2) The second separate document is a 1-page report:**1-page report specifications: Each student must assess their average intake (this means add all 3 days of each nutrient and divide by 3 to arrive at the average), over the 3 days, and provide a report that includes the following:
A–The students’ average intake of each nutrient (calories, carbohydrates, fat, protein, cholesterol, sodium, sugars, and fiber) over the three days
B–Include anthropometric measurements: Height, Weight, Sex and Age. Calculation of Ideal Body Weight *** and Estimating Energy Requirements (EER) (this includes physical activity) [USE EER CALCULATIONS HERE: pg. 154 Box 6-1] using own Height, Weight, Sex, Age (All math must be shown to receive full credit for both IBW and EER). You can still use this formula if you are 18 years old.
C–Determine whether continuing to eat the way your average calculations resulted will produce weight gain, weight loss or weight maintenance.
D–Finally, conclude if your current diet intake could precipitate a disease process we have covered and what you can do to avoid it and/or what you will do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.(If you need inspiration for your 1-page report, look at the example attached above. I do not want to see the exact wording from the example report, however, because that would be considered plagiarism)Please limit the report to no longer than 1 page to answer questions A-D. No cover page or bibliography is necessary.
You must upload to Blackboard and it will be checked for plagiarism for the assignment to be graded.
How to calculate IBW for the EER calculation-For those of you who fall within a healthy BMI (18.5-24.9), you may go ahead and use your current body weight as the IBW in the EER formula.-For those of you who are not within that BMI range (so, if your BMI is less than 18.5 OR if it is greater than 24.9), please use any one of the following formulas for your IBW:1) You can determine what weight you would be if your BMI was 22, since that is a BMI that is mid-normal-BMI range.OR
2) You can use the Hamwi method:Male = 106 lb for the first 5 ft + 6 lb for each additional inch.
Male = 48 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 1.1 kg for each additional cm.
Female = 100 lb for the first 5 ft + 5 lb for each additional inch.
Female = 45 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 0.9 kg for each additional cm.
*PLEASE INDICATE ON YOUR REPORT WHICH METHOD YOU USED*

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You will then compare your nutrient intake to a variety of food and

You will complete a 3-day food record and analyze it for macronutrient and micronutrient content using
the iProfile nutrient analysis program. You will then compare your nutrient intake to a variety of food and
nutrient guidelines (i.e. Canada’s Food Guide, the Dietary Reference Intakes, etc.). This is a research
project – you are expected to find information in the textbook on your own as we will not cover everything
in class that you will need for this paper.

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Sources of fat and main sweeteners in products will also be compared.

In this homework, various food products will be compared based on several nutrients such as fat. Regular cookies and crackers will be compared to reduced fat versions. The regular versions will then be compared to store brands. Food labels and Nutrition Facts will be used to look at several nutrients, ingredients and how they may affect the choice of one over the other.
Remember that ingredients are listed in descending order by weight in products. The first ingredient may be flour, meaning the product contains more flour by weight than the other ingredients. Sources of fat and main sweeteners in products will also be compared. Since ingredients are listed in descending order, the main sources of fat and the main sweetener would be in the first few ingredients listed.
This lab should help you make informed decisions when shopping by choosing products based on ingredients and nutrients and not necessarily company names.

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Regular cookies and crackers will be compared to reduced fat versions.

In this homework, various food products will be compared based on several nutrients such as fat. Regular cookies and crackers will be compared to reduced fat versions. The regular versions will then be compared to store brands. Food labels and Nutrition Facts will be used to look at several nutrients, ingredients and how they may affect the choice of one over the other. Remember that ingredients are listed in descending order by weight in products. The first ingredient may be flour, meaning the product contains more flour by weight than the other ingredients. Sources of fat and main sweeteners in products will also be compared. Since ingredients are listed in descending order, the main sources of fat and the main sweetener would be in the first few ingredients listed. This lab should help you make informed decisions when shopping by choosing products based on ingredients and nutrients and not necessarily company names.

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Please let me know if you have any questions.

This is my nutritional paper. I have attached the assignment and rubric, which you can follow. Please let me know if you have any questions.