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Where can one find ICD 9 Codes online?

Wikipedia, ICD 9 codes online and ICD 9 coding websites all have free ICD 9 codes online. The CDC website also has information regarding ICD 9 codes.


Who developed the icd-10?

WHO developed ICD codes.


How many codes are in ICD-9?

There are approximately 17,000 ICD-9 diagnosis codes.


How many ICD-10 codes?

ICD-10-CM has 68,000 codes and is flexible for addition of new codes as required.


Where can one find ICD 9 diagnosis codes?

ICD diagnosis codes can be found on the official 'ICD data' webpage. There is a list of codes for the International Statistical Classifications of Diseases there.


Are ICD-10 codes alphanumeric?

Yes ICD 10 codes are alphanumeric. The codes are divided in 22 chapters and start with an alphabet. Get ICD-10 codes' structure and more details here http://goo.gl/c1r6ld.


Which chapter in the ICD-10 contains codes for the perinatal period?

Chapter 16 is the chapter in the ICD-10 that contains codes for the perinatal period.


How are subterms used in ICD-9-CM codes?

The ICD-9-CM codes need to be organized. Therefor, there are main terms used for the ICD-9-CM and subterms are also used in the ICD-9-CM in order to keep organization.


Are there duplicate codes between icd9 and icd10 but have different meanings?

Yes, there are duplicate code in ICD-10 and ICD-9 but with different meaning, reason being in ICD-9 there E and V codes are alpha-numeric and ICD-10 codes are also alpha-numeric. For example- in ICD-10 E88.01 is Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency but same code in ICD-9 is E880.1-Accidental fall on or from sidewalk curb and there are differences in the place of decimals.


What are the differences between the ICD-9 and ICD-10?

One of the main differences between ICD-9 and ICD-10 is in the number of codes. ICD-9 has approximately 14000 diagnosis codes whereas ICD-10 has 68000. ICD-9 has 4000 procedural codes and ICD-10 has almost 72000. The nomenclature for these codes has also been modified in ICD-10. ICD-9 only had numeric code names, but ICD-10 will have alphanumeric code names. This naming convention will hopefully simplify matters by providing more accurate data for claim processing, clinical documentation, and research. ICD-10, which will be implemented in October will require coders to undergo training to familiarize themselves with the new coding practices. Several institutes, such as CareerStep offer training to students and professional coders who wish to upgrade their skill set to the new ICD-10-CM set of codes.


What is the difference between icd-9 and icd-10 for coding?

ICD-10 is a diagnostic coding system implemented by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1993 to replace ICD-9, which was developed by WHO in the 1970s. ICD-10-CM is scheduled to replace ICD-9-CM, our current U.S. diagnostic code set, on Oct. 1, 2013. Medical science keeps making new discoveries, and there are no numbers to assign these diagnoses. ICD-9 is out of room because the classifications are organized scientifically and each three-digit category can have only 10 subcategories. Most numbers in most categories have been assigned diagnoses.


What is ICD-10 in Medicare and Medicaid?

ICD-9 is the currrent diagnosis codes, ICD-10 is the upcoming mandatory diagnosis codes, thousands more and much more specific for reimbursement. There is a link to a conversion table at AAPC.com.