Welcome to part five of our ICD-10-CM, Explained series.
We know you're a stickler for accuracy and that you live for specificity. And like us, you probably spend a great deal of your time reading (and re-reading) guidelines and best practices to help ensure organizational compliance. After all, that’s part of our job descriptions.
Which is why we created our “ICD-10-CM, Explained” series, where we aim to buy you a little extra time by quickly and clearly explaining the ICD-10-CM Coding Guidelines. In our previous bundle of ICD-10-CM Explained, we covered:
- Section 1.C.10 Disease of the Respiratory System by Cristina Payne
- Section 1.C.12 Diseases of Skin & Subcutaneous Tissue by Nafheem Ameen
- Section 1.C.13 Disease of the Musculoskeletal System by Julie McLaws
This time around, we’ve got three brand new sections for you to explore and learn, which include:
- 1.C.15 Pregnancy, Childbirth and Puerperium by Vikas Chawla
- 1.C.16 & 17 Conditions Originating in the Perinatal Period and Congenital Malformations by Vipin Bhardwaj
- 1C.18. Symptoms, Signs, and Abnormal Clinical/Laboratory Findings by Vipin Bhardwaj
We hope you enjoy reading these as much as we do writing them! Be sure to keep your eye out for part six, which we’re currently hard at work on.