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This year's changes include opportunities to get paid for some services that were previously not billable.
The ICD-10 grace period has ended, so avoid using out-of-date and unspecified codes.
Will ICD-10 become just another reason for insurers to deny payment?
Test your knowledge of ICD-10 coding and documentation requirements for five diagnoses you're likely to encounter in family medicine.
Our tour of ICD-10 continues with the minor injury codes you’re likely to use in family medicine.
This overview of the common gastrointestinal disorders in primary care will help you get ready for ICD-10 and avoid, say, K30 – indigestion.
Once you understand a few peculiarities, you'll be ready to code common diseases of the respiratory system.
FPM's ICD-10 coding series continues with a look at how to code immunizations, routine health exams, and common preventive screenings.
To find the correct code for a symptom, sign, or test result, pay close attention to ICD-10's exclusion, code-first, and inclusion notes.
This installment in FPM's ICD-10 series explains the guidelines for coding hypertension.