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Data Files

Accurate, developer-friendly data files for ICD-10, CPT®, HCPCS, CCI, LCDs, and MPFS from the experts at TCI SuperCoder.
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ICD-9-CM↔ICD-10-CM Crosswalk

 

Comprehensive ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM crosswalk featuring the latest ICD-10-CM codes

Simplify translating ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM (and vice versa). Our crosswalk includes results based on the 2018 CMS GEMs crosswalk (the final year available) and on our own extended logics. The 2018 GEMs provide the CMS ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk. Our extended logics go one step further, providing more specific and updated ICD-10-CM code options for ICD-9-CM codes. Why? Diagnosis code specificity is key to supporting medical necessity for claims and accurate payment.

 

Providers, payers, billing companies, EHR vendors, and practice management software vendors can count on our ICD-10 crosswalk to navigate ICD-10-CM. Choose the ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk download for quick access and easy integration with your specific system.

Benefits of the ICD-9-CM↔ICD-10-CM Crosswalk

  • View an expanded list of cross codes based on 2018 GEMs and TCI SuperCoder extended and updated logics
  • Code diagnoses more accurately and with more precision
  • Ensure correct reimbursement by supporting medical necessity

Features of the ICD-9-CM↔ICD-10-CM Crosswalk

  • Crosswalk from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM or the reverse
  • ICD-9-CM complete codes
  • Current ICD-10-CM code categories and complete codes
  • Official ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM code descriptors
  • Code effective dates
  • Identification of cross-code source as the 2018 GEMs file or extended logics
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FAQs

The information in our data files is a combination of official data and the TCI team’s expert analysis. For instance, we have official data such as AMA’s code descriptors for the CPT® code set and Medicare’s relative value units from the physician fee schedule. Our medical coding and IT teams then take that information and create files that make the data easily accessible. We are also able to combine and add to the official data to make it more useful. An example is the CPT® ↔ ICD-10-CM Crosswalk, featuring official codes and short descriptors as well as code combinations carefully reviewed by our experienced medical coding team.
Because we provide data files specific to your requests and needs, the delivery date and pricing will be finalized during our discussions with you. For more information, please click Schedule a Demo or Request a Quote at the top of this page, and submit the form so we can assist you.
TCI SuperCoder is known for providing accurate data that is convenient to use. Because of our online coding solutions and resources for physician offices, facilities, payers, and third-party vendors, we maintain a wealth of coding information. Our data files team is able to take advantage of this data collection to create accurate, customized files quickly, and we pass the money and time savings on to you.
Yes. We offer varying levels of assistance depending on your needs. For ready-to-go files, we may simply help ensure you have the right format and file type for your systems. For more customized products, our team can work with your team to ensure integration is smooth, efficient, and frustration-free.
We’re glad to help! You can get the ball rolling by clicking Schedule a Demo or Request a Quote at the top of this page. You’ll work with a dedicated data files customer representative both before and after purchasing files so you can be sure you’re talking to someone who understands your particular needs.
To create our data files, our internal IT and medical coding teams take the information provided from the data source and compile that data based on your specific requirements. The data source may be CMS, an official code set, TCI-created databases (such as crosswalks), or a combination of the above, depending on the specific data file requested. To ensure quality, an auditor from the coding team reviews the data file. We then go the extra mile with an additional QC check of the data file by a certified professional expert on TCI SuperCoder’s content team.
The answer is specific to your agreement with TCI SuperCoder and the particular data files you select. For instance, if you choose a data file with data that CMS updates quarterly (such as MPFS RVUs or NCCI), you have the option to include quarterly updates in your agreement. Be sure to discuss update options with your dedicated sales representative.