Who Needs to Transition PDF Print E-mail
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The impact of ICD-10 diagnosis and inpatient procedure coding will be on everyone covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), not just those who submit Medicare or Medicaid claims. The switch over to ICD-10 does not impact CPT coding for outpatient procedures. Version 5010 transaction standards must be used by everyone covered by HIPAA who transmits electronic claims.  Billing services, clearinghouses, payers, health care providers, and other organizations must be geared up to comply with the Version 5010 and ICD-10 transitions, which implies:

By January 1, 2011; all the billing services, clearinghouses, payers, health care providers, and other organizations that conduct electronic transactions should accomplish internal testing of Version 5010 systems in time to begin external testing with each other.

All claims submitted electronically on or after January 1, 2012, must use Version 5010 transaction standards. Claims submitted electronically that do not use Version 5010 standards cannot be paid.

ICD-9-CM Codes PDF Print E-mail
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Infectious and Parasitic Diseases




Endocrine, Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases, and Immunity Disorders


Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs


Mental disorders


Diseases of the nervous system


Diseases of the sense organs


Diseases of the circulatory system


Diseases of the respiratory system


Diseases of the digestive system


Diseases of the genitourinary system


Complications of pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium.


Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue


Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue


Congenital anomalies


Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period


Symptoms, signs, and ill-defined conditions


Injury and poisoning

V codes (V01-V86)

Supplemental classification of Factors influencing Health Status and contact with Health Services.

E Codes (E800-E999)

Supplementary Classification of External Causes of injury and Poisoning.

 ICD-9-CM  -  E-CODES:

  • E000-E000 External Cause Status
  • E001-E030 Activity
  • E800-E807 Railway Accidents
  • E810-E819 Motor Vehicle Traffic Accidents
  • E820-E825 Motor Vehicle Nontraffic Accidents
  • E826-E829 Other Road Vehicle Accidents
  • E830-E838 Water Transport Accidents
  • E840-E845 Air And Space Transport Accidents
  • E846-E849 Vehicle Accidents, Not Elsewhere Classifiable
  • E850-E858 Accidental Poisoning By Drugs, Medicinal Substances, And Biologicals
  • E860-E869 Accidental Poisoning By Other Solid And Liquid Substances, Gases, And Vapors
  • E870-E876 Misadventures To Patients During Surgical And Medical Care
  • E878-E879 Surgical And Medical Procedures As The Cause Of Abnormal Reaction Of Patient Or Later Complication, Without Mention Of Misadventure At The Time Of Procedure
  • E880-E888 Accidental Falls
  • E890-E899 Accidents Caused By Fire And Flames
  • E900-E909 Accidents Due To Natural And Environmental Factors
  • E910-E915 Accidents Caused By Submersion, Suffocation, And Foreign Bodies
  • E916-E928 Other Accidents
  • E929-E929 Late Effects Of Accidental Injury
  • E930-E949 Drugs, Medicinal And Biological Substances Causing Adverse Effects In Therapeutic Use
  • E950-E959 Suicide And Self-Inflicted Injury
  • E960-E969 Homicide And Injury Purposely Inflicted By Other Persons
  • E970-E978 Legal Intervention
  • E980-E989 Injury Undetermined Whether Accidentally Or Purposely Inflicted
  • E990-E999 Injury Resulting From Operations Of War
  • E979-E979 Terrorism


  • V01-V09 Persons With Potential Health Hazards Related To Communicable Diseases
  • V10-V19 Persons With Potential Health Hazards Related To Personal And Family History
  • V20-V29 Persons Encountering Health Services In Circumstances Related To Reproduction And Development
  • V30-V39 Liveborn Infants According To Type Of Birth
  • V40-V49 Persons With A Condition Influencing Their Health Status
  • V50-V59 Persons Encountering Health Services For Specific Procedures And Aftercare
  • V60-V69 Persons Encountering Health Services In Other Circumstances
  • V70-V82 Persons Without Reported Diagnosis Encountered During Examination And Investigation Of Individuals And Populations
  • V83-V84 Genetics
  • V85-V85 Body Mass Index
  • V86-V86 Estrogen Receptor Status
  • V87-V87 Other Specified Personal Exposures And History Presenting Hazards To Health
  • V88-V88 Acquired Absence Of Other Organs And Tissue
  • V89-V89 Other Suspected Conditions Not Found
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ICD-10 Corner

9 benefits of ICD-10

1. Measuring the quality, safety and efficacy of care
2. Designing payment systems and processing claims for reimbursement
3. Conducting research, epidemiological studies, and clinical trials
4. Setting health policy
5. Operational and strategic planning and designing healthcare delivery systems
6. Monitoring resource utilization
7. Improving clinical, financial, and administrative performance
8. Preventing and detecting healthcare fraud and abuse
9. Tracking public concerns and assessing risks of adverse public health events

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