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    Question diagnosis cheat sheet

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    Is there anyone that has a diagnosis cheat sheet that they can email me at tdplair@lexhealth.org. It will be greatly appreciated.


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    Bettendorf, Iowa

    Red face

    I just had to smile when I read your post. We were told once not to call them cheat sheets because it has a negative connotation. We are supposed to call them work aids...and your post reminded me.
    Ruth Long CPC,CHONC

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    Bettendorf, IA


    Here's a pretty good ICD-9 website to use as a resource : http://icd9cm.chrisendres.com/

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    Default check your source

    The website that is offered as a good "resource" for dx codes (http://icd9cm.chrisendres.com/ ) is based on the 2009 ICD-9 book, so it is more of a hindrence than a help. Don't fall into that trap. I used to use it all the time, but didn't realize how outdated it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonplair@gmail.com View Post
    Is there anyone that has a diagnosis cheat sheet that they can email me at tdplair@lexhealth.org. It will be greatly appreciated.
    I supplied you with a sheet I use but I stress the importance of verifying what you use. Hope it helps.

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