2015 ICD-10 Multispecialty Quick Reference Guide

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Get a leg up on ICD-10 transition with TCI’s most updated and powerful resource — 2015 ICD-10 Multispecialty Quick Reference Guide — at one low price.

Do you dread the dawning of October 1, 2015, the day you must begin using ICD-10 or face mountains of returned claims? You’re not alone if you get overwhelmed just thinking about ICD-10. The idea of transitioning from the old familiar, but quirky, ICD-9 system can be unsettling.

Scary: ICD-9 includes 14,025 diagnosis codes, while ICD-10 boasts a whopping 68,069 for you to master!

Get a head start on the transition to ICD-10 codes so you’ll be fully prepared on October 1, 2015 with ICD-10 Multispecialty Quick-Reference Guide!

Remember: Additional practice will only make you and your staff more efficient, productive and confident, and dual coding will identify any gaps in documentation that can be improved before the implementation.

Keep learning, save more and ensure better outcomes with 2015 ICD-10 Multispecialty Quick -Reference Guide for 16 specialties.

This guide will help you spot the top-reported ICD-10 codes and eliminate the prospective bottlenecks that the transition will bring to your practice this year:

  • Easy Reference: Frequently-reported ICD-10 codes for below listed specialties within your everyday reach. This guide 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 guide will take you to the correct ICD-10 code right away.
  • 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: This reliable ICD-10 guide 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.
  • Single source for multiple specialties: This guide contains ICD-10 codes for 16 specialties.


Below is list of specialties this guide contains:

  • Primary Care
  • Ophthalmology/Optometry
  • Gastroenterology
  • Otolaryngology
  • General Surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Orthopedics
  • Physiatry / Rehabilitation
  • Pediatrics
  • Radiology
  • Podiatry
  • Urology
  • Urgent Care
  • Oncology/Hematology


Don’t wait until October 1, 2015. This updated, all-in-one multispecialty resource contains all the diagnosis coding information you need to overcome coding and billing errors and avoid the wrath of surveyors and auditors!

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