ICD-10 Codes

Translator

GO
Powered by Codify

WARNING: Non-Specific Codes Are Not Being Supported Since October 1, 2016

CMS' one-year grace period to use unspecified codes has come to an end. Non-specific codes, like the codes used when converting ICD-9 to ICD-10, are not being supported since October 1, 2016. At the same time, the new ICD-10-CM system is expanding to 68,000 codes and has flexibility for expansion. Many affect diagnosis codes, such as diabetes and other commonly used codes used by healthcare professionals. The updates are requiring you to produce codes with more precision and specificity.

ICD-10 Coding Resources

ICD-9 to ICD-10 codes

Note: For a better explanation of the code format, please refer to our ICD-10 conversion and mapping tutorial. For help with mapping, consider our ICD-10 mapping services.

Disclaimer: This tool is based on the General Equivalency Mapping (GEM) files published by CMS, and is not intended to be used as an ICD-10 conversion, ICD-10 mapping, or or ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalk tool. Keep in mind that while many codes in ICD-9-CM map directly to codes in ICD-10-CM, in some cases, a clinical analysis may be required to determine which code or codes should be selected for your mapping. Always review mapping results before applying them.

For group purchases or to inquire about in-person training, please call or have us call you.
For individual purchases, questions, or technical issues, or have us call you.

Looking for Exhibiting Opportunities or Group Discounts?

Contact us at 844-825-1679.