contains the V codes and E codes
Volume 2 – Diseases: AlphabeticIndex
▪ this is the alphabeticindex of Volume 1.
Volumes 1 & 2 are used in the inpatient and outpatient settings
Volume 3 – Procedures: TabularList and AlphabeticIndex...
for this encounter. Use the best, most accurate code available based on the documentation. In the ICD-9-CM, you will: a. Look up the key terms regarding the diagnosis abstracted from the notes in the alphabeticindex (ICD-9-CM, volume 2). b. Verify the correct code in the tabular listings (ICD-9-CM...
Week Four: Diagnostic Coding: Introduction to ICD-9-CM
4.1 Explain the purposes of the AlphabeticIndex and TabularList.
4.2 Discuss V and E codes.
4.3 Determine appropriate diagnosis code categories.
Coding is the descriptions of diseases, injuries and procedures into numeric or alphanumeric codes, there are three basic steps in locating codes.
First we locate the term in the AlphabeticIndex, then verify the code number in the Tabularlist, finally assign the code when it has been...
Volume I – Diseases: TabularList
▪ contains the disease and condition codes and the descriptions
▪ also contains the V codes and E codes
Volume 2 – Diseases: AlphabeticIndex
▪ this is the alphabeticindex of Volume 1...
information available if needed
Coding Steps: 1. Locate main term in alphabeticindex, 2. look for any notes, 3. Refer to any Subterms, 4. Verify code in TabularList, 5. Read any tabular instructions, 6 Code to the highest level of specificity.
Hypertension, Neoplasm, Table of Drugs...
locating codes to be assigned.
1. Locate the term in the AlphabeticIndex.
2. Verify the code number in the TabularList.
3. Assign the code once it has been verified.
(Transition: First, we will learn how to locate a term in the AlphabeticIndex.)
I. The first step in coding is to locate the...
Modification: I C D-9-C M
The ICD manual is divided into three (3) volumes: Volume I – Diseases: TabularList contains the disease and condition codes and the descriptions also contains the V codes and E codes Volume 2 – Diseases: AlphabeticIndex this is the alphabeticindex of Volume 1...
of a computer system.
3. Use standard applications for creating documents, presentations and spread-sheets.
4. Recognise the structure of information, that is, how it is produced, organised and disseminated.
5. Apply appropriate techniques in formulating effective search strategies to locate...
readily replaced or reproduced, such as purchase orders, sales agreements, names of officers, lists of suppliers, or shipping notices. They need no fire protection since obtaining duplicates is not difficult. |
| •Nonessential records: These are records that, once they have served their purposes...
Oracle Optimizer: Explain the Explain Plan
The purpose of the Oracle Optimizer is to determine the most efficient execution plan for your queries. It makes these decisions based on the...
potentially meeting the definition of principal diagnosis, either condition may be sequenced first, unless the circumstances of the admission , the therapy provided, the tabularlist, or the alphabeticindex indicate otherwise.
4. Q) In an inpatient setting, if the diagnosis documented at the time...
of the figures must correspond exactly to the figure numbers and captions in your report. If you use abbreviations in your List of Figures, then these same abbreviations should be used in the legend of your figure. Be sure to check the page numbers of your figures.
4. The Abstract
of the problems associated with general ledger systems that do not have data coding schemes. 19. For each of the following items, indicate whether a sequential, block, group, alphabetic, or mnemonic code would be most appropriate (you may list multiple methods; give an example and explain why each...
specified diabetes mellitus
Out of control and poorly controlled diabetes are coded to the type of diabetes with hyperglycemia per the AlphabeticIndex
Diabetes mellitus (DM) complications
EG: Diabetic ketoacidosis--in Type I--E10.10--acidosis...
file, Data1, File1 , 1 data, Replace, Deposit balance
Q1 How sequential files are different from Indexed files?
Q2 What are Visual Basic forms? List out the features that may be incorporated into form to facilitate easier
Q3 a) Explain the...
every way. Both use the index and second ﬁngers of both hands and both cross these ﬁngers of one hand over the same ﬁngers of the other hand at or near the second joint. The sole distinction is the orientation: edgewise (index ﬁnger uppermost) for ‘name’; ﬂat ´ (palmar surface down) for chair. But in...
form the basis of the search. Timmins and McCabe (2005) stated: ‘The use of appropriate key words is the cornerstone of an effective search.’ It is possible to conduct searches using index terms and free text searching. Index terms include those used by electronic databases, which may not match the...
paragraph titles within subsections. It is preferable to include the chapter, section and subsection headings only in the contents with appropriate page numbers. List of Symbols List the Greek symbols first English letters next, lower case letters and upper case letters in this order. Each group...