tci E/M Coding Alert - 2015 Issue 8

ICD-10: Focus Your ED ICD-10 Prep on These Top-9 Codes, Part 2

Get to know five more common ED diagnoses and their ICD-10 updates. According to the latest news, ICD-10’s official implementation date will be Oct. 1, 2015, and you should stop hoping for a delay. Like many medical practices, the American Medical Association (AMA) had been holding out for another delay, but they’re finally on board with the October start date. That means you need to be ready. Last month, you learned how ICD-10 will change your diagnosis coding for four of the top diagnosis codes to support your emergency department (ED) visit codes. Now, here’s the...

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