ICD-10-CM Code for Encounter for adjustment and management of unspecified implanted device Z45.9
ICD-10 code Z45.9 for Encounter for adjustment and management of unspecified implanted device is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - Factors influencing health status and contact with health services .
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[QUOTE="jenpham, post: 511941, member: 173686"]
Can someone help with dx for patient comes to office for a port flush? The office report cancer or personal history of cancer as primary and Z45.2 as s... [ Read More ]
Can someone help with dx for patient comes to office for a port flush? The office report cancer or personal history of cancer as primary and Z45.2 as secondary but the insurance denied for dx is inva... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="thomas7331, post: 502266, member: 5404"]
The provider's documented reason for the service in the medical record will determine what codes you use and what the sequence will be. The Z45 codes ... [ Read More ]
The provider's documented reason for the service in the medical record will determine what codes you use and what the sequence will be. The Z45 codes are typically used when the reason for the encoun... [ Read More ]
I would agree with using Z45.49 as the primary diagnosis. A battery change is not a malfunction of the stimulator so the T code would not be correct. The battery life for the devices is not indefini... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="cmrq866, post: 492109, member: 10451"]
dx- it's not a medical complication you would use the reason why the stimulator has been placed to begin with. may also use Z45.49 in addition to t... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="wynonna, post: 491170, member: 45822"]
A Z code for "presence of tubes in ear" came back from insurance. They do not accept this diagnosis for 69424
That is the only diagnosis documented.
May... [ Read More ]
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