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2015 ICD-9 Book

Developed by AAPC coders for coders

2015 ICD-9-CM Vol. 1-2

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• ICD-9-CM Vol. 1-2
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ICD-9-CM Vol. 1-2
ISBN: 978-1-626881-648

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Developed by and for AAPC members, this ICD-9-CM book includes unique features you’ve asked us to include. With ICD-10 expected to become effective October 1, 2015, this Legacy ICD-9-CM Expert edition might be the most important (and last) ICD-9-CM book you will buy.

Ensure you have the most up to date ICD-9-CM code reference for the final years of ICD-9-CM coding along with added resources to help you through the transition – at the lowest price of any ICD-9-CM books, anywhere!

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AAPC Exclusives
  • Coding Guidelines Highlights listed in the beginning of each chapter in tabular section and full guidelines in front of book
  • ICD-9 to ICD-10 Crosswalks - Top 50 codes for 16 specialties printed within book (a $320 value)
  • ICD-10 implementation checklist - Use this checklist to help you get ready for the rollover to the new code set (a $200 value)
  • Full Color Illustrations of body systems at the front of the book, plus hundreds of code specific illustrations in tabular section
  • 3 digit code help for each chapter - list of 3 digit category ranges at the beginning of each chapter
  • ICD-9 History - Reflect on the advances and changes that have impacted coders since 1979.

Additional Features and Benefits:

  • Additional digit required symbols – Know when an additional fourth or fifth digit is required for code specificity and validity to avoid invalid code submissions (provided in Index and Tabular Section).
  • Age and sex edits – Be aware of which codes have restrictions on use based on age or sex of the patient to prevent claim delays and denials.
  • AHA's Coding Clinic and official coding guideline tips – Use citations to link to the official coding advice every coder in every health care setting must follow.
  • Highlighted coding instructional and informational notes – Recognize important code usage guidance for specific sections more easily with highlighted notes.
  • HIPAA compliance – Avoid delayed or denied claims and costly fines for violations.
  • Intuitive color-coded symbols and alerts – Identify critical coding and reimbursement issues quickly with alerts, such as "Other Specified" and "Unspecified" diagnosis alerts, on the same page as the code you need.
  • Manifestation code alert – Properly use codes that represent manifestations of underlying disease by knowing when two codes are required and by knowing alerts to sequencing rules.
  • Spiral Binding – Lays flat for easy to use coding and durability.
  • V-code symbols – Understand the appropriate use of V-codes that may only be sequenced as first-listed diagnosis for cleaner claim submissions.