Finding and memorizing ICD-10 codes can feel a little monotonous—all of that text against a white background with so many bullet points. Luckily, there’s another way to remember codes, or at least, another way to save some of your favorites for reference (or a good chuckle). And let’s be honest, the daily grind for a coder or auditor is serious business. You’re tasked with paying ultra attention to detail, something that very few jobs require in such a heavy dose. And because your positions are so laser-focused, taking a little break to smile is crucial for combating burnout.
To help you add some fun to your space and your day, we give you the ultimate ICD-10 package in the form of your favorite danger-prone cartoon character.
In 2021, we watched Ada crash while roller-skating, nearly die from berry poisoning, and practically tie-dye a Christmas choir with her blood after her epic wrapping paper fail. But luckily for us, Ada always prevails, and her fails are our wins. Because watching Ada be Ada is a super fun way to work without it feeling like, well, work.
Right now, you can get the best of Ada 2021 series to enjoy or share, and it’s totally free. Print it out and bind it for a hilarious ICD-10 booklet, hang up your favorite cartoons in your office, or gift it to a friend. This series also makes an excellent addition to a coffee table in your organization’s common spaces (waiting room, anyone?).
Download the “Best of Ada 2021 Bundle” and get all of the most popular Ada cartoons from last year in one convenient spot. In this bundle, you’ll see Ada grappling with the following ICD-10 codes:
- In-line Roller-skating Colliding with Stationary Object - ICD 10: V00.112S
- Epigastric Pain - ICD 10: R10.13
- Essential (Primary) Hypertension - ICD 10: I10
- Cervicalgia - ICD 10: M54.2
- Syncope and Collapse - ICD 10: R55
- Toxic Effect of Ingested Berries - ICD 10: T62.1X1A
- Contact with Scissors - ICD 10: W27.2XXA