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In an effort to improve how illnesses and injuries can be tracked, the ICD-9 codes used to report medical diagnoses and inpatient procedures will be replaced by ICD-10 codes.
According to the American Medical Association, the transition to ICD-10 will enable healthcare professionals to be more accurate in the documentation of medical conditions and inpatient procedures.
We provide training and learning opportunities to help prepare for this transition.
Read a Summer 2013 article about ICD-10 in MedClips, the publication for physicians on the Children's Medical Staff.
"ICD-10: Expanding into the future"
Problem List Calculator Information
Problem List Calculator Job Aide and Best Practices
Asthma Severity Tipsheet
CMS and AHIMA: ICD-10 and Clinical Documentation
DCH: ICD-10 Resource Review/Resource Walkthrough
DCH: Countdown to ICD-10/Top 10 Things to do to Prepare for ICD-10
DCH: ICD-10 Open Discussion
DCH: ICD-10 Pre-Testing Readiness & Troubleshooting
CMS: Introduction to ICD-10 Coding gives an overview of ICD-10’s features and explains the benefits of the new code set to patients and to the health care community.
CMS: ICD-10 Coding and Diabetes uses diabetes as an example to show how the code set captures important clinical details.
ICD-10 Specialty Champion Case Study: Critical Care and the Problem List
ICD-10 Specialty Champion Case Study: Urgent Care and the Diagnosis Calculator
American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
American Hospital Association (AHA)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
CMS - Road to 10 Webcasts
Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH)
ICD-10 Data - Code Lookup Tables
Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI)
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