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Anesthesia-Specific ICD-10 Coding and Documentation Advice

Your anesthesia practice is already receiving payment on claims you’ve submitted using ICD-10 codes. If you’re seeing denials, you’ll need to take a closer look at your practice’s most frequently billed diagnoses and ensure your providers are up-to-speed on the documentation you need to select the right ICD-10 codes.

While you now have more specific codes to report some conditions, such as spondylolysis based on exact condition and spinal location and deep vein thrombosis based on site, you don’t have to worry as much about other diagnoses. For instance, when it comes to your provider diagnosing intracranial or intraspinal abscess, moving from ICD-9 coding to ICD-10 isn’t as complicated.

Anesthesia ICD-10 Coding Guidance and Resources

Master ICD-10 Coding for Anesthesia with the Anesthesia ICD-10 Handbook. Get step-by-step, precise, and definitive guidance on ICD-10 codes for anesthesia, the ICD-10 guidelines, GEMs, and the documentation changes you need.

Take a look at some of the topics we have included in this must-have resource:

  • 2 new H codes will replace 366.16.
  • Pain management coders, prepare for more acquired spondylolysis options.
  • C-section diagnosis 669.71 becomes O82 with ICD-10.
  • Expand your cubital tunnel syndrome options with ICD-10.
  • G89 family will bring chronic, acute pain options.
  • Watch for new fibromyalgia diagnosis choice.
  • Prepare for more detailed DVT code choices with I82.4-.
  • New K38 choices will expand appendicitis specificity.
  • 455 to I84 diagnosis shift means 2 more digits.
  • Prepare for ‘greater detail’ pneumothorax codes.
  • Prepare now to separate ‘burns’ from ‘corrosions.’
  • Watch for presence of heart failure under new I11.- codes.
  • Breast neoplasms will shift from 174-175 to C50.
  • Bleed location directs your hemorrhage coding in ICD-10.
  • Check out the future changes for ischemic cardiomyopathy coding.
  • Prepare for congenital heart defect diagnosis change to Q25.0.
  • Follow these 4 steps to fix neck of femur fracture coding.
  • Prepare now for multiple diagnosis choices for secondary Parkinsonism.
  • And more!


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