Coding insights: ICD-10 follow-up: Unspecified codes and modifiers

///Coding insights: ICD-10 follow-up: Unspecified codes and modifiers

Coding insights: ICD-10 follow-up: Unspecified codes and modifiers

Coding insights: ICD-10 follow-up: Unspecified codes and modifiers
Q: As billing and coding manager for our group, I want to make sure that we are using ICD-10 codes correctly. How should I instruct our staff to use unspecified codes? A: In both ICD-9 and ICD-10, it has been appropriate, and even necessary at times …
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Correctly coding to prevent ICD-10 denials
Customize your coding. If you use encounter forms for billing, make sure those forms accommodate all the components needed for accurate coding: laterality, upper and lower, initial encounter, subsequent encounter, sequel, acute versus chronic, and so on.
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