Includes: perpetrator of abandonment perpetrator of emotional neglect perpetrator of mental cruelty perpetrator of physical abuse perpetrator of physical neglect perpetrator of sexual abuse perpetrator of torture
That is a pediatric code, and cannot be used on anyone over 17.
Look at the Y07 codes. If biological father, then Y07.11; if bio mother, then Y07.12; if adoptive father Y07.13; if adoptive mother Y0... [ Read More ]
Hello! I bill for Inpatient hospital visits for teaching physicians. I don't normally see abuse charges come in so I am a little bit confused about how I should code this patient's situation.
The pa... [ Read More ]
Your query doesn't describe what actually happened at PT, i.e. exactly how the patient received their fracture. Hopefully there is documentation that will help you. External Cause Codes answer the q... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="mitchellde, post: 382111, member: 30657"]I will disagree. I think coding the O9A.2-- code is correct along with the T code for the sexual assault and the Y07 code for the perpetrator. The rap... [ Read More ]
I will disagree. I think coding the O9A.2-- code is correct along with the T code for the sexual assault and the Y07 code for the perpetrator. The rape is the external cause for the result of the pre... [ Read More ]
I am mental not able to handle the abuse codes. For some reason they are driving me mad! I can't make heads or tails what I am sure is a very simple explanation. I am hoping someone has a link... [ Read More ]
The April 2023 ICD10CM update adds many new codes for reporting external causes of injuries as well as expanded codes for reporting factors influencing health status more succinctly. But read the revi... [ Read More ]