ICD-10-CM Coding for Human Trafficking

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The first ICD-10-CM codes for classifying human trafficking abuse have been released. See below for the latest coding resources.

Factsheet

Human trafficking is a public health concern many hospitals and health systems are combating every day. It is a crime, occurring when a trafficker exploits an individual with force, fraud or coercion to make them perform commercial work or sex.

Read more in the latest factsheet.


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For more coding resources, visit the AHA Central Office.

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