Are you ready for the thousands of ICD-10-CM and -PCS changes taking place October 1?
Gastroenterologists and gastroenterology coders are among those hardest hit by over 2000 ICD-10-CM and more than 4000 ICD-10-PCS additions and revisions introduced by the CDC and CMS for fiscal year 2017. Literally hundreds of them involve the GI system or surgical complications.
You can't rest! See what you will encounter October 1.
- ICD-10-CM: 1974 codes and 425 revised codes
- ICD-10-PCS: 3827 new codes and 491 revised codes
- Official Guidelines: Many new additions and clarifications
- No more grace period for coding in the right "code family"
Our expanded Gastroenterology ICD-10 Handbook 2017 brings you up-to-date with these great new features:
- Update highlights for the ICD-10-CM & -PCS code sets
- Plain English interpretations of the CMS Gastroenterology coding guidelines
- Overview of some of the ICD-10 gastroenterology changes
- 2017 Official Guidelines for ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS
Take the guesswork out of gastroenterology coding with the expert advice you find in Gastroenterology ICD-10 Handbook 2017, such as:
- 2017 changes focus on gastroenteritis and colitis
- New codes for complications of operations and other procedures
- 7 important gastroenterology ICD-10-CM 2017 changes
- Brace yourself for over 4,000 ICD-10-PCS code changes
- Nail down root operations in ICD-10-PCS
- Define your approach using PCS code’s 5th character
- Diagnosis, management, and treatment codes for Crohn’s disease
- Coding choices for complications of ulcerative enterocolitis
- Nonneoplastic and neoplastic colon polyp codes
- 4 tips to ensure payment for screening colonoscopies for cancer
- Test your knowledge of Barrett’s esophagus
- Is there such a condition as NERD? Find out
Don't let ICD-10 changes impact your revenue! Call 1-800-508-2582 or click the link above to get the Gastroenterology ICD-10 Handbook 2017 today.