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2016

Publication

CONTENTS
Newsletters .................................................................................................................................................................... 4


Medical


Compliance


Post

Coding Newsletters
Newsletters

Acute Newsletters

BOOKS ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

Medical Code Books


Medical


Special

Specialty Illustrated Books

Handbooks

Charts ...........................................................................................................................................................................................11


ICD-10

Specialty Specific Charts

Consulting & Auditing Services ............................................................................. 12


Editorial Advisory Board & Expert Panel ..................................

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Medical Coding Newsletters


Anesthesia Coding Alert


Cardiology Coding Alert


Chiropractic Coding & Compliance Alert


Dermatology Coding Alert


ED Coding & Reimbursement Alert


E/M Coding Alert


Family Practice Coding Alert


Gastroenterology Coding Alert


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Podiatry Coding Alert





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Oncology and Hematology Coding Alert


Ophthalmology Coding Alert

Pulmonology Coding Alert





Oral Surgery Coding & Reimbursement Alert

Radiology Coding Alert





Orthopedic Coding Alert

Urology Coding Alert





Otolaryngology Coding Alert


Outpatient Alert


Pain Management Coding Alert

COMPLIANCE Newsletters

Health Information Compliance Alert




Medicare Compliance & Reimbursement




Practice Management Alert





Inpatient Facility Coding & Compliance Alert

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SuperCoder Illustrated
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SuperCoder Illustrated
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SuperCoder Illustrated
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SuperCoder Illustrated
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MedicaL CODE BOOKS


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2016 AMA CPT


Professional

2016 Procedural
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2016 HCPCS Level II


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2016 ICD-10-CM
Manual

2016 ICD-10-PCS
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2016 Legacy ICD-9-CM


Expert for Physicians
Vol. 1 & 2

2016 ICD-9-CM Advisor


for Hospitals/Payers
Vol. 1-3

2016 Procedural
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SPECIAL Handbooks

2016 Home Health


Prospective Payment
System Final Rule
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Evaluation and
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Face-to-Face
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Gastroenterology
ICD-10 Handbook

HIPAA Handbook 2016

Hospice Payment
Handbook

ICD-10 Training
Handbook 2016

ICD-10 Coding Insider


for Home Health

Modifier Coding
Handbook 2016
(2nd Edition)

Medicare Compliance
& Reimbursement
Insider 2016

Non-Physician
Practitioner Handbook
2016

Ob-Gyn ICD-10
Handbook

Orthopedic ICD-10-CM
Handbook

Pain Management
Coding Handbook 2016

Practice Management
Handbook 2016

Radiology ICD-10-CM
Handbook

Urology ICD-10-CM
Handbook

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Charts
The Coding Institutes ICD-10 Charts 2016
Have your specialtys top ICD-10-CM codes on your desk for faster learning with ICD-10 charts from
Rapid Coder. These double-sided laminated quick-reference charts (8.5 X 11 & 24 X 36) for 30 specialties
provide all the ICD-10-CM code options for the common word terms physicians use.

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Anesthesia

Nephrology

Plastic Surgery

Allergy/immunology

Neurology/neurosurgery

Podiatry

Cardiology

Obstetrics/Gynecology

Primary Care

Chiropractic

Oncology/Hematology

Psychiatry

Dermatology
Emergency Medicines

Ophthalmology/Optometry
Orthopedics

Pulmonology
Radiology

Endocrinology

Otolaryngology

Rheumatology

Gastroenterology

Pathology/lab

Thoracic/vascular

General Surgery

Pediatrics

Urology

Infectious Disease

Physiatry/Rehabilitation

Urgent Care

Rapid Coder 2016

ICD-10-CM ALLERGY / IMMUNOLOGY

Look for applicable abbreviations, acronyms, and synonyms. Refer to official codeset for complete definition and absolute accuracy. The Coding Institute (TCI) copyright 2016. All rights reserved. 2016 release of ICD-10-CM files available for download from www.cdc.gov/nchs/icd/icd10cm.htm.
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Abbreviations: Rt-Right,
Lt-Left, Uni-Unilateral,
Bi-Bilateral, Un / Unspec.Unspecified, Char.-Character,
Dz.-Disease, Diab.-Diabetic.
7th Character:
7th indicates a code requires a
7th character for encounter type.
Codes marked with 7th in this chart
have these 7th character options:
A - Initial Encounter
D - Subsequent Encounter
S - Sequela.

URINALYSIS
Bacteriuria
Biliuria
Cells / Casts
Glycosuria
Hematuria
Gross
Microscopic
Benign essential
Other
Hemoglobinuria
Ketonuria
Proteinuria
Pyuria / UTI

N39.0
R82.2
R82.99
R81
R31.9
R31.0
R31.1
R31.2
R82.3
R82.4
R80.9
N39.0

Colors: When a codes final


ABSCESS, also see
character depends on the side
of the body affected, colors are CELLULITIS
Abdominal Wall
L02.211
used to match the side to the
K61.2
corresponding character option, Anorectal
Arm (Rt/Lt)
L02.413/4
as shown in this example:
L02.411/2
Cerumen Impaction (Un/Rt/Lt/Bi) Axilla (Rt/Lt)
L02.212
H61.20/1/2/3 Back
Buttock
L02.31
ABDOMINAL PAIN R10.9
Chest
J86.9
RUQ
R10.11
Face
L02.01
LUQ
R10.12
Head
L02.811
RLQ
R10.31
Neck
L02.11
LLQ
R10.32
Peritonsillar
J36
Epigastric
R10.13
Tooth
K04.7
Generalized
R10.84
Unspec. Site
L02.91
Periumbilical
R10.33
Acidosis, Metabolic / Respiratory
Abd. / Pelvic Symptoms Other
E87.2
R19.8
Acne Vulgaris
L70.0
ABNORMALITY IN EXAMS / Addisons Disease
E27.1
TESTS
Adenoiditis, Chronic
J35.02
Alkaline Phosphatase R74.8
Adenoids, Hypertrophy J35.2
Antibody Titer
R76.0
Administrative Service Z02.9
Blood Chemistry, NEC R79.9
Adverse Effect of Medicine
Blood Sugar
R73.09
Unspec. Drug7th
T50.905
C-Reactive Protein R79.82
see DRUG ADVERSE EFFECT
Chest X-Ray, Coin Lesion
Aerophagia
F45.8
R91.1
Agammaglobulinemia, NOS
Infiltrate/Shadow NOS R91.8
D80.1
Heart, Coronary
R93.1
Autosomal Recessive D80.0
Coagulation Profile
R79.1
Burtons Type
D80.0
Culture, Blood (+)
R78.81
Swiss Type
D80.0
Nasal Swab (+)
R84.5
X-Linked
D80.0
EKG / ECG
R94.31
X-Linked Recessive
D80.0
Enzymes, Cardiac/ Liver R74.0
AIDS, All Forms
B20
Other Enzymes
R74.8
Asymptomatic / Subclinical
ESR
R70.0
Z21
Feces
R19.5
Alkaline Phosphatase Elevation
Heart Sounds
R01.2
R74.8
HIV
R75
Alkalosis,
Metabolic
/
Respiratory
Asymptomatic State Z21
E87.3
Helicobacter Pylori
B96.81
Allergic Alveolitis
J67.9
IVP
R93.4
Liver Function Test
R94.5
PFT / Pulmonary Study
R94.2
PPD(+) Tuberculin (+) R76.11
RADIOLOGIC STUDIES
Abdomen NEC
R93.5
Biliary Tract/ GB
R93.2
CXR Coin Lesion
R91.1
CXR Infiltrate NOS R91.8
CXR, Heart, Coronary R93.1
Genitourinary Tract R93.8
GI Tract
R93.3
Retroperitoneum
R93.5
RBC Morphology / Size R71.8
RPR(+)
A53.0
Stool Color / Content / O.B.
R19.5

ALLERGIC ARTHRITIS/
ARTHROPATHY
Ankle / Foot (Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.871/2/9
Forearm (Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.831/2/9
Hand (Rt/Lt/Un) M13.841/2/9
Lower Leg (Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.861/2/9
Multiple Sites
M13.89
Pelvic Region / Thigh
(Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.851/2/9
Shoulder Region (Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.811/2/9
Upper Arm (Rt/Lt/Un)
M13.821/2/9
Unspec. Site
M13.80

Allergic Conjunctivitis H10.10


Allergic Rhinitis
Animal Hair and Dander
J30.81
Other Allergen
J30.89
Pollen
J30.1
Unspec.
J30.9
Other Specified Sites J30.89
Allergy Desensitization Z51.89

Tree
J30.1
Hemoglobinopathies D58.2
T78.40X Hemolytic
Unspec.7th
D58.9
Urethritis
N34.2
Hemorrhagic, Acute D62
Urticaria
L50.0
Chronic
D50.0
Wrong Substance Taken NEC7th
Idiopathic
D64.9
T50.90# Iron Deficiency
D50.9
ALLERGY, Alveolitis Extrinsic
Macrocytic
D53.9
J67.9
Megaloblastic Nutritional
Aspergillus Clavatus J67.4
D52.0
Cryptostroma Corticale J67.6
Neoplastic Disease
D63.0
ALLERGY / ALLERGIC TO
Organism Growing in Ventilation Pernicious
D51.0
Air-Borne Substance J30.89
Air
Conditioning
System
J67.7
Sickle
Cell
D57.1
Animal Dander / Hair J30.81
J67.8
Spherocytosis
D58.0
Asbestos Toxic Effect7th T65.894 Specified Type NEC
L65.9
Thalassemias
D56.9
# = 1- Accidental (Unintentional) Alopecia
Alveolar Proteinosis
J84.01 Angioneurotic Edema7th T78.3XX
2- Intentional Self Harm
Alveolitis Allergic NOS J67.9
Annual Physical Examination
3- Assault
Alymphoplasia
D82.1
Z00.00
4- Undetermined
N91.2
Anorexia
R63.0
Bee Sting7th
T63.44# Amenorrhea
Anorexia Nervosa
F50.00
Caused by Medicine7th T50.905 ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK /
Anosmia
R43.0
Dander
J30.81 REACTION
R09.02
Dandruff
J30.81 # = 1- Accidental (Unintentional) Anoxia / Hypoxia
Aphthous Ulcer
K12.0
Dermatitis due to Food L27.2
2- Intentional Self Harm
Apnea
R06.81
Diathesis
Z88.9
3- Assault
Sleep
G47.30
Drug / Medicine Unspec.7th
4- Undetermined
Arrhythmia,
Heart
I49.9
T50.905 Bee Sting7th
T63.44#
Arthralgia, Site Unspec. M25.50
Dust / House Dust
J30.89
Food Related
Polyarthralgia
M25.50
Feather
J30.89 Due to
Code
ARTHRITIS, Unspec. M19.90
Food, Ingested7th
T78.1XX
T78.06X
Additives7th
Hip
M16.9
Atopic, skin
L20.89
T78.02X
Crustaceans7th
Juvenile Rheumatoid M08.00
Food in Contact w/ Skin L23.6
Knee
M17.9
T78.08X
Eggs7th
Gastritis, w/ Hemorrhage
Pyogenic / Septic
M00.9
K29.61 Fish7th
T78.03X
Shoulder
(Rt/Lt/Un)
w/o Hemorrhage
K29.60
T78.04X
Fruits7th
M19.011/2/9
Gastroenteritis
K52.2
T78.07X = 0- Site Unspec.,
Milk Products7th
Grain / Grass
J30.1
th
T78.05X 1- Occipito-atlanto-axial, 2- Cervical,
Nuts of Trees7
History of drug Allergy Z88.9
th
3Cervicothoracic,
House Dust
J30.89 Peanuts7
T78.01X
Inhalant
J30.89 Seeds7th
T78.05X 4- Thoracic, 5- Thoracolumbar,
6- Lumbar, 7- Lumbosacral,
Kapok
J30.89
T78.09X
Specified NEC7th
8- Sacral and Sacrococcygeal,
# = 1- Accidental (Unintentional)
T78.00X 9- Multiple Sites
Unspec.7th
2- Intentional Self Harm
T78.04X
Vegetables7th
Spine
M46.9
3- Assault
B77.9
4- Undetermined
due to Blood Products7th T80.51X Ascariasis
B44.9
Latex7th
T65.81#
Serum Reaction7th T80.61X Aspergillosis
Aspergillosis Bronchopulmonary,
Medicine Unspec.7th T50.905 due to Immunization/
B44.81
Pneumonia
J82
Vaccine7th
T80.52X allergic
Pollen
J30.1
Serum Reaction7th T80.62X Aspergillus Clavatus Alveolitis
Asthma
J45.909 due to Other Serum7th T80.59X
J67.4
w/ Status Asthmaticus
R09.01
Serum Reaction7th T80.69X Asphyxia
J45.902 due to Unspec. Correct Substance ASTHMA
w/o Status Asthmaticus
Properly Administered7th
* = 1- w/ Acute Exacerbation
J45.909
T88.6XX 2- w/ Status Asthmaticus
Primrose
J30.1
due to Unspec. Wrong Substance 9- w/o Mention of Status
Primula
J30.1
Given/ Taken by Mistake7th
Asthmaticus (Uncomplicated)
Purpura
D69.0
T50.901 Atopic
J45.90*
Ragweed
J30.1
# = 1- Accidental (Unintentional) Childhood
J45.90*
Rose
J30.1
2- Intentional self harm
Cough Variant
J45.991
Senecio Jacobaea
J30.1
3- Assault
Eosinophilic
J82
Serum Sickness7th
T80.69X
4- Undetermined
Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm
th
Anaphylactic Shock7 T80.59X
Insect Sting7th
T63.9#X
J45.990
# = 1- Accidental (Unintentional)
Medicine7th
T88.6XX Extrinsic
J45.90*
2- Intentional Self Harm
th
Unspec. Cause NOS7 T78.2XX Hay
J45.90*
3- Assault
Venom7th
T63.9#X Intrinsic
J45.90*
4- Undetermined
Late-Onset
J45.90*
D64.9
Silicone7th
T65.89# ANEMIA, Unspec.
Miners Asthma
J60
Aplastic
D61.9
Skin Reaction
L25.9
Obstructive, Chronic J44.9
Autoimmune Hemolytic D59.1
Specified Allergen NEC7th
w/
Acute
Exacerbation
J44.1
D62
T78.49X Blood Loss, Acute
Unspec.
J44.9
Chronic
D50.0
Tobacco
Platinum
J45.998
Chewing Tobacco7th T65.21# Chemotherapy Anemia D64.81
Red-Cedar Asthma
J67.8
D64.2
Other Nicotine7th
T65.29# Drug / Toxin
Unspec.
J45.909
Tobacco Cigarettes7th T65.22# Folic Acid Deficiency D52.9

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Editorial
Advisory
Board & Expert
Panel
H Joel V. Brill, MD, AGAF, FASGE, FACG, CHCQM,
represents the American Gastroenterological
Association on the CPT Editorial Panel.
Barbara J. Cobuzzi, MBA, CPC, CENTC, CPCH,
CPCP, CPC-I, CHCC, is president of CRN Healthcare
Solutions, a consulting firm in Tinton Falls, N.J.
Ms Cobuzzi is a past member of the American
Academy of Professional Coders National Advisory
Board as well as their Executive Board
Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPMA, CPEDC-AHIMA
Aproved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer, director of
development and operations for SuperCoder.com,
specializes in medical coding policy for several
specialties. She wrote the ICD-9 study guide for
the Certified Otolaryngology Coder (CENTC)
examination offered through AAPC and edited
the 2011 Professional Medical Coding Curriculum
that AAPC certified instructors us
Michael Granovsky, MD, FACEP, CPC, CEDC, is
presi-dent of LogixHealth, an ED Coding and
Billing company in Bedford, Mass. He is the director
of the American Col-lege of Emergency Physicians
(ACEP) Coding and Reim-bursement course as
well as the chairman of ACEPs Na-tional Coding
and Advisory Committee.

Sarah L. Goodman, MBA, CPC-H, CCP, FCS, is


an active member of both the North Carolina
chapter of the Health-care Financial Management
Association (NCHFMA) and of the Triangle N.C.
chapter of AAPC, having as National Advisory Board
member (2002-2005). She is currently serving on
the Board of Governors for the American Col-lege
of Medical Coding Specialists (ACMCS).
Charles F. Koopmann Jr., MD, MHSA, is professor
and associate chair at the University of Michigans
depart-ment of otolaryngology in Ann Arbor, and
a former AMA CPT Editorial Panel member.
Suzanne Burmeister, BA, MPhil, CPC, COBGC,
AHIMA-approved ICD-10-CM trainer. Each
month, she guides practices and hospitals in best
strategies and educates coders in common ICD-10
coding changes, in ICD-10 Coding Alert.
Glenn D. Littenberg, MD, FACP, is a member of the
American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
and the AMA CPT Advisory Committee.
Maggie M. Mac, CPC, CEMC, CHC, CMM, ICCE, president of Maggie Mac-Medical Practice Consulting,
Clear-water, Fla., and Brooklyn, N.Y., is a national
speaker on topics dealing with medical practice
compliance issues, coding and reimbursement,
chart audits, and federal regulations.

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Richard A. Molteni, MD, is a member of the


American Academy of Pediatrics and the AMA
CPT Advisory Com-mittee.

compliance issues. She is on the Advisory Board


and is the technical editor for The Coding Institutes monthly newsletter Ob-Gyn Coding Alert.

Carol Pohlig, BSN, RN, CPC, ACS, is a senior coding


& education specialist in the Office of Clinical
Documenta-tion for the Department of Medicine
for the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
She is on the National Ad-visory Board and several
Specialty Boards for the Board of Medical Specialty
Coding.

Jill M. Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC is the principal of


Young Medical Consulting LLC. She is a member
of the Local Chapter Board National Board of
the AAPC (AAPC-CA). She has given educational
lectures nationally for the AAPC and for the
Michigan State Medical Society. She has been a
topic speaker at the AAPC National Conference for
the past five years.

Richard Harrison Tuck, MD, FAAP, is affiliated


with PrimeCare of Southeastern Ohio and is
medical director for Quality Care Partners. He
is on the National Commit-tee on Coding and
Reimbursement, American Academy of Pediatrics
(AAP) and serves as the Academy of Pediatrics
representative to the AMA RBRVS Review Update
Com-mittee (RUC).
Melanie Witt, RN, CPC, MA, CPT-OGS, provides
coding education seminars to individual obgyn practices and performs shadow audits for
practices that have been tar-geted by third-party
payers for overpayments or fraud and abuse or

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Beth Martin, BS, CPC-H authored a medical


coding textbook for beginners and has taught
medical coding, chart auditing, and all facets of the
revenue cycle for over 12 years. She also worked as
a healthcare consultant and coding and revenue
cycle manager.
90 nationally-renowned experts who present
close to 250 webinars a year on coding, billing,
complex auditing, and healthcare management
topics targeted to physician practices,
hospitals,ASCs, home health, hospice, rehabs
and SNFs.

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