Get used to using letters in your diagnosis coding.
Take a look at some of the ways your urology diagnosis coding will change in 2013 by reviewing this chart of some common diagnoses you see in your urology practice.
This rundown, based on the ICD-10 2010 files, will help give you an idea of what to expect.
Beware: Remember, your final ICD-10 code choice will depend on the codes and guidelines in effect at that time, as well as the physician’s specific documentation.
Smoothly transition to ICD-10 with the expert advice provided every month in Urology Coding Alert.
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