The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued an ICD-10 resource guide for medical specialties and common health conditions and services. Health care claims must include ICD-10 codes for medical diagnoses and inpatient hospital procedures under a final rule that took effect Oct. 1. For more on the transition to ICD-10, visit www.aha.org and www.cms.gov.
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