Each year, the ICD-10 code set is updated! As of October 1, 2023, there will be 395 new diagnosis codes, 25 deletions, and 13 revisions. There are numerous changes to tabular instructions and Coding guidelines.
Some of the changes to be reviewed are Hypertensive Chronic Kidney Disease (I12.-), Hypertensive Heart And Chronic Kidney Disease (I13.-), and Hypertensive Heart Disease (I11.-). Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy (G00-G99), Osteoporosis With Fractures (M00-M99), and A41 (Other Sepsis).
The U chapter includes updated instructions for U07.1 (COVID-19). Ever More new codes in the V and W chapters – including some specificities on accidents and injuries. And there are more Z codes, such as Z63.5 Disruption of the family by separation and divorce, and Z72.5- High-risk sexual behavior.
Be sure to attend this webinar so you are prepared for Diagnosis Coding under the 2024 ICD-10 Coding Guidelines!
- The new and revised ICD-10 code which goes into effect Oct 1, 2023
- The new coding guidelines in order to code accurately
- The 395 new diagnosis codes, deletions, and revisions
- Know how to find the new code set links
Every year ICD-10 codes are reviewed, and revised with many Additions, Deletions not only to the codes but also to the guidance!
These DO NOT start at the beginning of the year but rather on October 1!
Why Should You Attend
The annual 2024 ICD-10 Code Set is mandatory. There are many changes that you need to know when assigning diagnoses and codes to your patients. It is effective October 1, 2023.
Who Should Attend
- Clinical Managers
- Financial Managers
- Coding Manager and Staff
- Clinicians doing OASIS