ICD -9 CODING 5
Volumesof ICD-9 CM
TheICD-9-CM comprises of volumes I, II and II. Volume I entails thenumeric listing of the diseases, and is normally classified byanatomical and etiology system. These are described as below
Volume I also involves classification of the other reasons for injury causes and encounters, normally referred as tubular section of the ICD-9-CM, and is mostly used by facilities and providers of healthcare.
Volume II comprises of the alphabetic index used in locating codes within volume I. most heath care facilities and providers make use of volume II in their coding
Volume III entails the procedural classification using the tabular section and index. The procedural codes are solely used by hospitals in reporting services.
CPTmanual contains the information that describes surgical, medical anddiagnostic services in health care fraternity. The eight majorsections of the CPT manual include anesthesia, surgery, radiology,laboratory, pathology, medicine, evaluation and management.
Evaluationand management section of CPT Manual
Evaluationand management section of the CPT manual is designed to enhance thelevel of accuracy for the coders. Evaluation and management entailscounselling and coordination of the healthcare with other providersconsistent with the nature of the problem and the needs of thepatient.
Thethree parts of the CPT manual include
Volume 1 that contains tabular list mostly located after Volume II in most manuals.
Volume 2 comprises of the alphabetical index of the disease, normally in the first manual
Volume 3 that contains the tabular list and index for the procedures
V-codesare used when the patient has a resolving disease that is notadmitted for or cause complication of care. The V code is specific tothe care rendered more than the medical diagnosis. The V codesaccount for then the patient suffering from a resolving disease,chronic condition or injury get the care as part of treatment oraftercare. This mostly involves therapy services only.
Thisis normally used for the initial encounters with the injury, adverseeffect or poisoning as a result of external cause. The E-codes helpin identifying causative substance for adverse effect of a drug thatis correctly prescribed and administered properly. In homecare, Ecodes assist in medical review where an trauma or injury occurs.
LevelI of HCPCS
InHCPCS, level I comprises of Current Procedural Terminology (CPT-4)that is a numeric system for coding used by American MedicalAssociation (AMA). Level I comprises of a uniform coding system madeup of the descriptive terms and identifies the codes that are usedspecifically in identifying medical services as well as theprocedures that are furnished by the physicians and otherprofessionals within the healthcare. Level I enhances identificationof procedures and services for billing the private or publicinsurance programs. This does not include codes that are separatelyrequired to report medical services or the items.
LevelII of HCPCS
LevelII of HCPCS refers to a standardized system used for coding, and ismajorly used in identifying the products, services and supplies thatare not included in CPT-4 codes, like durable medical equipment andambulance services, orthotics, prosthetics and supplies when usedoutside the office of the physician. The equipment and supplies arenot covered by CPT-4 codes since Medicare and some other insurers areinvolved in various services. The establishment of level II codes wasto enhance submission of claims for such items.
Conjunctivitis, unspecified: ICD-9-CM 372.30
Acute Mastoiditis without complications:ICD-9-CM 383.00
Benign Hypertension with chronic kidney disease: 403.10
Acute osteomyelitis: 730:18
12 lead electrocardiogram: G8704
Biopsy External Ear: 18.1
Cystourethroscopy, with biopsy: 56.33
Proctosigmoidoscopy with biopsy, single or multiple:45305
Dilation and Curettage, cervical stump:58120
Carol,B. (2014). ICD-9-CMfor Physicians, Volumes 1 and 2 Professional Edition.US: Elsevier and the American Medical Association.