ICD-10-CM: The Complete Official Draft Code Set for Hospitals
Now with our hallmark features and format, the 2013 version makes facing the challenge of learning new code set is easier. Prepare for the future of coding with the latest and most comprehensive update to the code set. The current rule published in the Federal Register sets the adoption of ICD-10-CM to replace ICD-9-CM Volumes 1 and 2. Start down the road to success using the resource that contains the latest version of the official government draft of the ICD-10-CM code set, plus the Optum features you have come to rely upon for coding accuracy in your ICD-9-CM code books. Ease the learning curve and face the challenges ahead with the confidence only an Optum product can deliver.
Features and benefits
The 2013 Draft ICD-10-CM for Hospitals edition includes:
- NEW— Optum Edge—Exclusive Xtension Alert Symbol. This symbol (designed and used exclusively by OptumInsight ) alerts the coder to a new ICD-10-CM convention — the use of a “placeholder x”
- NEW— Optum Edge— Exclusive PDx acting as CC and MCC Alert Symbols. This symbol (designed and used exclusively by OptumInsight) alerts the coder to a new key factor in the DRG10 system that some diagnoses act as both PDx and CC or MCC.
- NEW— Optum Edge—Color-coding and symbols for the Medicare Code Edits. This edition includes all our hallmark color-coding and symbols for the most comprehensive coverage of MCEs for diagnoses
- Manifestation codes
- Unacceptable PDx
- Hospital-Acquired Condition
- MCC and MCC as PDx
- CC and CC as PDx
- NEW— Optum Edge—Illustrations
- Optum Edge—Intuitive features and format. Ease into the new classification system using intuitive visual alerts to highlight code groupings as well as the distinctions between code choices—plus, added features that make finding specific sections easier.
- Complete 2013 ICD-10-CM code set. View all 21 chapters, from infectious and parasitic diseases to injuries, including external causes and reasons for visit.
- ICD-10-CM conventions. Get a head-start on training by familiarizing yourself with the
- ICD-10-CM official coding guidelines. Build a solid coding practice foundation and understanding to get the new coding system right the first time.
- Official index. Navigate through the new coding system with the official index to the tabular section, and index to the external causes.
- Table of Drugs and Chemicals, and Neoplasm table.Get a first look at these important, updated tables within ICD-10-CM.