ICD-10-CM Code for Encounter for planned postprocedural wound closure Z48.1
ICD-10 code Z48.1 for Encounter for planned postprocedural wound closure is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - Factors influencing health status and contact with health services .
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Encounter for planned postprocedural wound closure
Excludes1:encounter for attention to dressings and sutures (Z48.0-)
Excludes1: encounter for follow-up examination after completed treatment (Z08-Z09) encounter for aftercare following injury - code to Injury, by site, with appropriate 7th character for subsequent encounte
Excludes2: encounter for attention to artificial openings (Z43.-) encounter for fitting and adjustment of prosthetic and other devices (Z44-Z46)
If I am reading your question correctly, I would have 1 question and 1 recommendation.
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Should Z48.02 or the laceration codes S91.115D, W20.8XXD be coded for this? The CPT code was S0630 (non-Medicare) since the sutures were placed by a different provider.
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Hi - Need help.
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And that is with the dx for suture removal, Z48.02? Is there a modifier to indicate post op only?
If patient had laceration or injury previousl... [ Read More ]
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We don't code suture removal. Usually, without other new dx indicated, I make EM level to 2
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For the 2 procedures, you would list the higher allowable first. Depending on the insurance, they may require a billing modifier.
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