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2016 ICD-10 Emergency Medicine Chart

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ICD-10 Quick Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine

The Coding Institute brings to you the fastest ICD-10 coding at your fingertips – Access thousands of ICD-10 codes for Emergency Medicine!

The world of healthcare coding is about to get turned upside down with the implementation of ICD-10, an update that adds and modifies thousands of codes to the previously used ICD-9 codes. In Emergency Medicine, you need to juggle constantly changing guidelines and a variety of payer-specific rules. If you miss codes, you’re losing out on reimbursement funds, but if you use inappropriate codes, you might risk violating code compliance, leading to audits and fines. The implementation of ICD-10 on October 1, 2015 will make the emergency medicine coder’s job that much more difficult and complex. New rules, additional codes, and extra modifiers will leave the ICD-9 coding expert frustrated and confused.

The Coding Institute’s ICD-10 Quick-Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine offers an inexpensive tool for getting your ICD-10 codes right. These two 8.5 x 11 quick-reference charts are laminated and double-sided. Unlike dense coding books, the ICD-10 Quick-Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine include only the codes that experts have found most reported in emergency medicine. That means all of the codes you will never use for emergency medicine are filtered out, letting you focus on your specialty.

The ICD-10 Quick-Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine offer these other advantages as well:

  • They are easy to read because the codes are alphabetically listed in simple tables.
  • They are inexpensive, durable, and easy to take with you for quick reference.

The ICD-10 Quick-Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine can help you make a smooth transition to the new code set.

Don’t let October 1, 2015 sneak up on you. Make sure that you’re ready for the ICD-10 implementation with The Coding Institute’s ICD-10 Quick-Reference Charts for Emergency Medicine. These quick-reference charts will offer peace of mind as a handy tool for navigating the new ICD-10 codes.

Check out the benefits and features of The Coding Institute’s ICD-10 charts:
  • Easy Reference: – Frequently-reported ICD-10 codes for Emergency Medicine within your everyday reach. The two charts will make code selection in the new system simple and easy.
  • Accurate & Reliable:Accurate and valid option for each condition– reviewed by experts!
  • Time Saver: – Quick-reference charts will take you to the correct ICD-10 code right away.
  • Value-for-Money: Can be placed in a lot many places without crossing your budget.
  • Listed Alphabetically: Logical look-up of conditions will ensure you get to the right code faster.
  • Tables for Easier Transition: – Various tables on HTN, Injury, Burn, etc. will ensure easier ICD-10 learning.
  • Hassle-Free Resource: – These reliable ICD-10 charts will give you freedom from tiring codebooks and doubtful ICD-10 software.
  • Less Claim Rejection:  Complete, correct and supportive ICD-10 codes will reduce the possibility of claim rejection for your practice.
  • Durable Charts:  The charts are laminated for durability and easy use in your office/practice or workstation.


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