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Urology Coding Alert


Stick With 188.x, V10.51 Guidelines in 2014

Deciding which code depends on the documentation. As you read in “Determining When 188.x Becomes V10.51 Depends on Exam Findings,” you’ll need to scour your urologist’s documentation to figure out if a patient has active bladder cancer or just personal history of bladder cancer. The good news is that when you have to start using ICD-10 on Oct. 1, 2014, [...]

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