International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes are a set of names that doctors and nurses use to talk about diseases, symptoms, abnormal findings, and other parts of a patient’s diagnosis in a way that everyone in the medical and insurance fields can understand.
ICD-10 codes are given to insurance companies so they can figure out if the services a provider wants to be paid for are medically necessary. There are more than 70,000 of them, and everyone who uses them knows what each means.
ICD-10 codes are often found on patient paperwork and bills but are only sometimes there. If you’re having trouble with your insurance company over medical pre-approval or billing, you may need to look up these codes. If a code is wrong, doctor visits and treatment coverage could be denied.
Our goal is to show you how doctors use ICD codes, why you should care about them, and how to find an ICD-10 when you need one.
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